I45 at Woodlands Parkway/Robinson Road Project Nears Completion
THE WOODLANDS, TX – The intersection at I45 Woodlands Parkway/Robinson Road project improves signalization and traffic movement entering and exiting the I-45 frontage roads at Woodlands Parkway and Robinson Road. It includes the reconfiguration of the cloverleaf at the I-45 frontage roads and addition of traffic signals. Robinson Road has been widened to four lanes from 350 feet west of the intersection with Patsy Lane/Westwood Drive to 550 feet east of the intersection.
The project started in early March and should be completed before the end of the month.
Final work includes the installation of flashing yellow arrows on the signal heads for traffic turning to access the northbound and southbound frontage roads; as well as some curb, guardrail, signage work and cleanup efforts.
Major traffic pattern changes with the signalized intersections:
- Eastbound traffic heading toward Oak Ridge North on the east side of I-45 turns left at the signal to access northbound I-45 frontage road.
- Westbound traffic heading toward The Woodlands on the west side of I-45 turns left at the signal to access southbound I-45 frontage road.
- Northbound traffic on I-45 frontage road turns right before the bridge to access Woodlands Parkway and Robinson Road.
- Southbound traffic on I-45 frontage road turns right before the bridge to access Robinson Road and Woodlands Parkway.