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BAHEP gets update on TxDOT projects Photos by Mary Alys Cherry
What on Earth is going on with the road system in Harris and Galveston counties? Who hasn’t asked that question while sitting in traffic on IH 45, SH 146 or any of numerous roads in between? The Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership invited Texas Department of Transportation Houston District Engineer Quincy Allen to shed some light on TXDoT’s plans for the region during a recent BAHEP membership meeting at Lakewood Yacht Club. The Houston District, he told the crowd encompasses 5,856 square miles and serves about 5.8 million people and 5.1 million registered vehicles, going on to explain in detail what TxDOT was doing along the Gulf Freeway and the $202 million facelift it was giving Highway 146 over the next five years.
San Jacinto College Vice Chancellor Teri Crawford, left, stops to visit with Clear Lake Shores Mayor Protem Amanda Fenwick and Seabrook Councilman Joe Machol as she joins the crowd at the BAHEP membership meeting at Lakewood Yacht Club.
Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership President Bob Mitchell, left, welcomes TxDOT Houston District Engineer Quincy Allen, who updated the BAHEP membership on area transportation projects.
Monica Millican, left, and Peggy Zahler make a pretty picture as they relax and enjoy the BAHEP membership meeting at Lakewood Yacht Club.
Three smiling ladies at the BAHEP membership meeting focusing on Texas Department of Transportation projects included, from left, Pat Wilson, Rosebud Caradec and Kimberly Fleming.
Bob Robinson, right, a former Seabrook mayor, arrives at the BAHEP meeting with his grandson, Anthony Robinson.
Early arrivals at the BAHEP membership meeting at Lakewood Yacht Club included Tom Linklater, left, and Bob Payne.
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Houston City Councilman Dave Martin shares a light moment with Barbara Koslov, left, of Judge Ed Emmett’s office and Joan McKinney, general manager of Norman Frede Chevrolet at the BAHEP meeting.
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