Project Description: The Comanche Gap Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements Project is a rehabilitation of a 2-lane collector road between FM 2410 and Dana Peak Park.
This project included the rehabilitation of approximately 7,800 linear feet and included drainage improvements. Curbs and gutters were added on the east side of the road and ribbon curb on the west side of the road. A dedicated left-turn lane at FM 2410 was added as well as 8-foot wide sidewalks, 2-foot wide concrete mow strip, pedestrian handrail, curb ramps, and infrastructure for future lighting improvements. The road serves as a collector which connects FM 2410 to new subdivision developments as well as Dana Peak Park at Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir.
Because of the high volumes of traffic, KPA worked closely with City Staff to develop phasing and traffic control plans which minimized the disturbance to traffic flow during construction. KPA also coordinated with various entities (TxDOT, Oncor, TDLR) for the review of the plans.
Scope of Services: Final Design, surveys, bidding, coordination with Oncor, TxDOT, TDLR, and construction administration.