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Five Corners Realignment
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The new design reduces turning movements through this acute angled intersection.  The Texas Department of Transportation adopted and approved the elimination of the bypass. The new design extends from FM 518 to FM 2094 and rejoins FM 270 on the north side of the Shell station.
This project is anticipated to reduce some of the congestion experienced at the three-arterial (FM 518, FM 2094, and FM 270) lighted intersections.

To watch a video of an example of peak travel time traffic signal operations at the Five Corners intersection, click here.

 The new design extends from FM 518 to FM 2094 and rejoins FM 270 on the north side of the Shell station. 

Why does League City need it?
This project will help reduce turning movements, thus, reducing accidents and increasing safe traffic flow. Increasing traffic flow in a safe, controlled traveled way will become more important as the City continues to grow.  The City saved approximately five million from the original design.

FY2016 Update.  The City anticipates the Texas Department of Transportation to cover 80% of construction cost (approximately $1.88 million)

Looking for financial information or more?
View the most recent quarterly and monthly status reports containing detailed information by clicking on Status Reports.  The quarterly reports provide an update on where the City is at in the budget for the project while the monthly reports provide the latest status updates on the project activity.  

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