Southeast Houston Mobility Plan


City of Houston

Southeast Houston Mobility Plan


The purpose of the Southeast Houston Mobility Plan was to conduct a comprehensive multi-modal mobility study in the area defined as the “Southeast Houston Sub-Area." This area is bounded by IH 610 to the north, SH 288 to the west, the Sam Houston Tollway to the south, and IH 45 and Galveston Road to the east. The plan, which was completed over a 12-month project time-frame, will be used to guide the City of Houston’s short-, mid-, and long-term multi-modal mobility planning efforts. The plan will also be used to identify implementation projects that will improve mobility and access in the area.

Walter P Moore services for the study included:

  • Extensive public engagement and a Public Involvement Plan
  • Analysis of existing conditions using Mobility VIZ
  • Developing a community vision, goals, and objectives for mobility in the area
  • Creating an evaluation criteria using the vision, goals, and objectives to rank and prioritize potential transportation improvements within the area
  • Developing 2040 Growth Scenario and Process Travel Demand Model Scenarios
  • Creating short-, mid-, and long-term implementation plans that include the identified mobility solutions/projects