Texas Department of Transportation’s (TXDOT) Bryan District is developing plans to widen SH 105 from SH 6 to SH 249 in Grimes County.
The project would reduce congestions, enhance safety, and improve regional mobility along the SH 105 corridor. The total length of the project is about six miles. The project is currently planned to begin construction in 2030.
The SH 105 proposed improvements include:
-Widening the existing two-lane highway to a four-lane highway divided with two lanes in each direction, separated by a grass median.
-Constructing a direct connect interchange at the intersection of SH 6 and SH 105. The interchange would connect SH 105 Westbound to SH 6 Northbound and SH 6 Southbound to FM 105 Eastbound.
-Constructing a grade-separated overpass at the intersection of FM 362/CR412 and SH 105.
TXDOT will host a public meeting on this project to share initial design layouts and receive feedback from the public. The meeting is anticipated for mid-year 2024.
Full details of the project can be found here https://www.txdot.gov/projects/projects-studies/bryan/sh105-widening.html