HOUGHTON ROAD CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS IRVINGTON ROAD TO WATSON DRIVE
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AbstractScope of work: T3 Engineering is devoted to improving the Houghton Road Corridor from Watson Drive to Irvington by utilizing the most effective solutions to create significant improvements along the corridor. Some major improvements will include widening the existing road to six (6) - eleven (11) foot lanes including a twenty (20) foot separating median, the addition of a six-foot pedestrian sidewalk, a ten-foot multi-use path along the periphery of the roadway, and redesigning the Houghton-Escalante intersection. The design will also modify the existing bridge over the Pantano Wash to meet the new AASHTO and design standards as well as smoothly transitioning the corridor to the recently improved section of Houghton south of Irvington. Other minor renovations in the design will be detailed throughout this design report.
Degree ProgramCivil Engineering