SH 225 and I-610 East Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Houston District is conducting a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study on approximately 14 miles of SH 225 from I-610 East to SH 146 and approximately 7.5 miles on I-610 East from Telephone Road to Gellhorn Drive in Harris County. Through the course of the PEL Study, we will be seeking public input to identify needs of the corridor.
What is a PEL study?
The purpose of a PEL study is to provide a high-level approach to transportation planning and decision making.
- High-level early state planning study
- Considers environmental, community, and economic conditions
- Identifies existing and proposed transportation issues
- Develops a purpose and need for improvements
Downloads and resources
The following documents have more information about the study.
The SH 225 and I-610 East PEL study team is coordinating with the Houston-Galveston Area Council’s (H-GAC) Southeast Harris County Subregional study team. The Southeast Harris County Subregional Study is a multimodal mobility plan that identifies current and future mobility needs within the southeast area of Harris County. For more information, visit the Southeast Harris County Subregional Study
TxDOT is committed to working closely with the community on this study. Public meetings are intended to present information and gather feedback from the community.
Stakeholder and agency meetings
The study team is meeting with stakeholders, elected officials, community leaders, agencies and industry representatives on a regular basis. Ongoing stakeholder and agency coordination will continue throughout the study timeline.