Grand Parkway Segments H and I-1 (Montgomery, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers Counties)

Proposed State Highway 99, the 180 mile long loop around the greater Houston area also known as the Grand Parkway, continues towards completion as segment G opened for traffic in March of 2016. Directly east, segments H and I-1 are still in the initial offer phase as TxDOT receives bids to complete this section of the project. Segments H & I-1 will primarily impact property owners Chambers County, Liberty County, and Montgomery County. Please see the image below for an updated map of the Grand Parkway.

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(image from www.grandpky.com)

TxDOT anticipates awarding a contract in Fall 2016. Then, contractors can begin the next steps in the project’s progression, including acquiring right-of-way for the Grand Parkway extension. Please contact Luke Ellis, at Johns Marrs Ellis & Hodge at lellis@jmehlaw.com or (512) 215-4078 if you have any questions or would like to receive periodic updates on this project.

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Luke Ellis and Justin Hodge are partners with Johns Marrs Ellis & Hodge. Justin heads the firm's eminent domain practice in the Houston office. Luke heads the firm's eminent domain practice in the Austin office. Luke Ellis is widely recognized as one of Texas’s top young lawyers—and one of the top lawyers of any age practicing in the area of eminent domain. Mr. Ellis has broad experience and has enjoyed success in many types of civil litigation. Justin Hodge is a trial lawyer who represents Texas landowners in condemnation, eminent-domain, and real-estate lawsuits. He represents landowners in condemnation proceedings, not the governmental authorities or private companies taking property. Mr. Hodge has handled complex condemnation and eminent-domain cases throughout the State of Texas. If you have questions about any of the issues raised in this blog, we invite you to discuss them with us at jhodge@jmehlaw.com or lellis@jmehlaw.com.

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