Floyd Curl Green Street
The Floyd Curl Drive Green Street project involved the addition of bicycle paths, pedestrian facilities linked to off-site trails, and landscaping, from Louis Pasteur Drive to Huebner Road.
Pape-Dawson provided design, survey, environmental permitting, and construction administration services for this 2.3-mile project funded through the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization with an advance funding agreement. Our engineers also performed TxDOT local government project procedures for design and construction.
In 2019, the finished project won Transportation Project of the Year from the Women’s Transportation Seminar.
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