SH6 Construction Update

Traffic on State Highway 6 is about to get better! A TxDOT project to widen the stretch of

the highway from Brooks St. to Lexington Boulevard has begun and the improvements are expected to reduce the amount of time you spend in your car. Projects like this help address the number one concern among Sugar Land residents – traffic flow and congestion.


Nighttime lane closures for the roadway work will be taking place when the roads are the least active: at night and early morning (9 p.m.-5 a.m.) on Sundays through Thursdays for the next 14 months.


The roadway work involves: • The addition of an outside lane on, north bound and south bound SH6. • Replacement of impacted driveways and right turn lanes. • New sidewalks. • Installation of new traffic signals. • Removal of trees as required for the new roadway. • Relocation of water mains throughout out the project.

Daytime lane closures are already taking place for utility relocation and tree removal, Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

During the design phase, city staff requested that only immediately impacted trees be removed. This resulted in the preservation of 88 of the 175 trees! Learn more about Sugar Land’s Tree City USA designation and efforts to ensure our tree canopy continues to thrive at www.sugarlandtx.gov/trees.


This project is in partnership with TxDOT and Fort Bend County and signifies an investment in mobility improvements and traffic management in the State Highway 6 corridor. The project is part of ongoing efforts to improve mobility along major thoroughfares through Sugar Land, including State Highway 6, U.S. Highway 90A. and University Boulevard.

About 80% of the project cost will be financed with federal funds and 20% with the city and county dollars.


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the highway from Brooks St. to Lexington Boulevard has begun and the improvements are expected to reduce the amount of time you spend in your car. Projects like this help address the number one concern among Sugar Land residents – traffic flow and congestion.


Nighttime lane closures for the roadway work will be taking place when the roads are the least active: at night and early morning (9 p.m.-5 a.m.) on Sundays through Thursdays for the next 14 months.


The roadway work involves: • The addition of an outside lane on, north bound and south bound SH6. • Replacement of impacted driveways and right turn lanes. • New sidewalks. • Installation of new traffic signals. • Removal of trees as required for the new roadway. • Relocation of water mains throughout out the project.


Daytime lane closures are already taking place for utility relocation and tree removal, Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.


During the design phase, city staff requested that only immediately impacted trees be removed. This resulted in the preservation of 88 of the 175 trees! Learn more about Sugar Land’s Tree City USA designation and efforts to ensure our tree canopy continues to thrive at www.sugarlandtx.gov/trees.


This project is in partnership with TxDOT and Fort Bend County and signifies an investment in mobility improvements and traffic management in the State Highway 6 corridor. The project is part of ongoing efforts to improve mobility along major thoroughfares through Sugar Land, including State Highway 6, U.S. Highway 90A. and University Boulevard.

About 80% of the project cost will be financed with federal funds and 20% with the city and county dollars.


Settlers Park Homeowners Association

Clubhouse: 3010 Settlers Way

Sugar Land, TX 77479

Mailing Address:

c/o Creative Management Company

8323 Southwest Fwy #330 

Houston, TX 77074

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