A recent Plantersville public meeting showed there’s at least one thing TxDot’s proposing that local folks seem united behind; the improvements proposed to the intersection of Highway 105 and FM 1774.
TxDot’s Bobby Colwell tells Navasota News, the project to make the intersection safer has evolved over time. First proposal was going to be a whole new interchange, then a grade separation and now a raised median.
This median and extra lanes will take more land than the previous two proposals, Colwell admits, but it still will not force any home or business to move.
And this most recent iteration comes with a big 6 and a half million dollar price tag, he adds, but it’s coming from the state’s budget.
Colwell says the project is slated to break ground this spring. And even if you didn’t make it to the meeting, you can still send in written comments by Tuesday, February 10th, to, TxDot at
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