The City of Houston Community Impact Assessment DRAFT Report is now available for public review. The full report and appendices can be found on the Documents page.
The Community Impact Assessment (CIA) will help inform the current City of Houston Comprehensive Plan revision effort by analyzing potential impacts major transportation projects may have on the City of Houston and its quality of life. The evaluation will allow the city and its residents to prepare for positive impacts and mitigate any negative potential impacts and assist Houston in maintaining its unique community character.
The transportation projects assessed in the CIA include the Parks Highway Milepost 44-52 Upgrade, the ARRC Port MacKenzie Rail Extension, and a conceptual Port MacKenzie to Parks Highway Roadway Corridor, as proposed in the adopted 1982 City of Houston Comprehensive Plan.
We appreciate your interest in the CIA and Comprehensive Plan Update process and value your comments on this Draft Report. Please contact a member of the project team if you have any questions.