Segment I-2 is an environmentally approved (partially constructed) 15-mile, four-lane, controlled access toll road with intermittent frontage roads from SH 225 to I-10 East (the East Freeway).
The portion of Segment I-2 from I-10 East to FM 1405 has been open to traffic since March 2008.
A construction contract for the area from FM 1405 to SH 146B in Baytown, including a second bridge over Cedar Bayou, was awarded in July 2013. Construction for this portion is ongoing.
The portion of Segment I-2 from north of Fisher Road east to SH 146 near the Fred Hartman Bridge is part of the design-build contract TxDOT awarded March 28, 2017. Construction will begin in late 2017, and the project is expected to be open to traffic in 2022.
The map shows Segment I-2 of the Grand Parkway. Select the individual purple squares to view detailed maps of the segment. Each square indicates the limits of the detailed map of that portion of the segment. Once a square is selected, the detailed map will open in a separate window. The maps are large files and may be slow to download. Once in the detailed maps, use the zoom button in the toolbar to view the maps at 100 percent of their original size. You may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the maps.
The latest approved environmental document for Segment I-2 is the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) Re-evaluation, which was approved July 7, 2016.
Below are some of the other latest-approved Segment I-2 environmental documents:
If you have questions about Segment I-2 or would like to request any other environmental documents, please email the Houston District.
TxDOT Houston District
Public Information Office
P.O. Box 1386
Houston, TX 77251-1386