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Transportation Planner

Phone: (713) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.com
Houston-Galveston Area Council
3555 Timmons Lane, 2Nd Floor Conference Room A
Houston , Texas 77027
United States

Company Description: H-GAC provides many tools: information, region-wide plans, and services to support the region's local governments. Key H-GAC governmental services include...   more

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Quorum Report: News Clips, 13 Mar 2013 [cached]
"You really do see a fair number of projects that address the congestion hot spots," said David Wurdlow, a transportation analyst with the Houston-Galveston Area Council.
"Due to the participation of Harris ..., 27 April 2013 [cached]
"Due to the participation of Harris County and some unanticipated federal funds and state bond funds, we've been able to accelerate projects that were using these funds before, so now we get to select some additional projects," explained H-GAC Transportation Program Manager David Wurdlow.
H-GAC Transportation Program Manager ..., 26 April 2014 [cached]
H-GAC Transportation Program Manager David Wurdlow explained that the proposal combines three projects in the City of Missouri City and corrects the facility name and limits of the U.S. Highway 59 North/Will Clayton Parkway project. Listen (4:03)
The presentation was in preparation for action on the item at the regularly scheduled meeting in June. The TIP program addresses bottlenecks and other congested roads in the Greater Houston area that have or might receive federal or state funds.
Wurdlow said that the changes will not affect the ability to complete the projects within the TIP's 2013-2016 timeframe.
"We are not affecting conformity. We are not moving a project outside of the TIP window entirely," he said, clarifying that the council did not need to take action on project details but only on program amendments. "We can take that action administratively."
He listed additional proposed changes.
$29.6 million worth of projects will be withdrawn from the proposed TIP because two local sponsors have withdrawn their projects, five projects no longer need federal or state bond monies and one project was delayed until 2017. A combination of $115 million worth of projects may be added to the program because of available federal and state bond funds. Those projects are US 290/Hempstead Road, IH 69/US 59 South, Beamer Road and the City of Kemah. The new projects would not affect funding for current ones, Wurdlow said.
Wurdlow said the TIP also addresses changes to a $5.7 million project in the Greater East End Management District, to construct new sidewalks and upgrade three intersections.
Before the vote, H-GAC Transportation ..., 28 June 2013 [cached]
Before the vote, H-GAC Transportation Program Manager David Wurdlow reviewed the projects under consideration. Listen(8:28)
Transportation Program Manager ..., 30 Sept 2012 [cached]
Transportation Program Manager David Wurdlow updated the TPC on the Transportation Improvement Plan's Call for Projects. Listen
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