Two ways to view a map of the Grand Parkway in Houston include visiting The Grand Parkway Association website and visiting the Zachry-Odebrecht Parkway Builders storefront location. The Grand Parkway Association website contains a map of the of the current and the proposed Grand Parkway route.
The Grand Parkway is broken into segments, and each has been approved, constructed and opened on its own timeline. The Grand Parkway Association website provides information about the approval and construction schedules for each segment.
By visiting the Zachry-Odebrecht Parkway Builders storefront, individuals can access maps, project information and construction updates. The storefront also offers access to the project website. The Zachry-Odebrecht Parkway Builders are the team of designers and builders who were competitively awarded the construction project for the initial three segments of the parkway.
The general path of the Grand Parkway encircles the greater Houston area by traveling west from League City, up through Sugar Land, Katy, and Fairfield; east through Spring and Lake Houston; and south to Baytown. Records of plans for the Grand Parkway date back to the 1960s. Construction on the first portion, a 19.5-mile traverse from Sugar Land to Katy, began in the 1980s and opened to traffic in 1994. By the end of 2015, the Grand Parkway will cover a total of 85.5 miles, with an additional 99 miles in various other stages of construction.