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Improvements continue to be made on roadways surrounding Lakes of Bella Terra. Here's an update on the projects: 

Courtesy Community Impact News

1. Owens Road widening and realignment project

Formerly a private prison road, Owens Road has been transferred to Fort Bend County for public use. The project will realign the west end of Owens Road to line up with Plantation Drive. A private developer will construct two additional lanes between FM 1464 and the Grand Parkway.Timeline: May-October

2. Brandt Lane extension

Preliminary plans are being made by Fort Bend County to extend Brandt Lane to connect and intersect Skinner Lane and Mason Road to alleviate traffic congestion. The county is working to secure right of way.Timeline: Early 2018 –mid-2018

3. US 90A widening project

This project will widen US 90A to add a third lane in each direction from west of Hwy. 6 in Sugar Land to the Grand Parkway near Richmond. The project is in Phase 6, which consists of placing an asphalt overlay on US 90A. A sound wall will also be constructed.Timeline: estimated completion date of October 2017
Cost: $9.98 million
Funding sources: Texas Department of Transportation

4. Intersection of US 90A and FM359

This project is in Phase 2 of five phases to construct an elevated intersection to eliminate the FM 359 grade crossing with the Union Pacific Railroad tracks.
Timeline: June 2016–March 2019
Cost: $27.12 million
Funding sources: federal and TxDOT

5. Intersection improvement Grand Parkway and Harlem Road

This project is in the first phase of three phases and will construct turn lanes and U-turns at the intersection of the Grand Parkway and Harlem Road. It will create four lanes by widening the left-turn lanes in both directions.
Timeline: March 2017–January 2018
Cost: $2.24 million
Funding sources: federal, TxDOT and Fort Bend County

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