Getting around Spring Texas has just gotten a little easier with the completion of the extension of T.C. Jester. At an estimated cost of over $3.4 million, the Harris County Precinct 4 project, extends T.C. Jester from Center Court Dr. (the last street in the Spring Creek Oaks subdivision) to Spring Cypress.
The project also included the addition of a must needed traffic light at the intersection of T.C. Jester and Spring Cypress. Previously attempting a left hand turn during peak drive times into the WindRose subdivision required a lesson in patience.
The T.C. Jester connection from Louetta to Spring Cypress coupled with last year’s extension of T.C. Jester over Cypress Creek has created another major North – South route in the area. As T.C. Jester now connects F.M. 2920 to F.M. 1960.
Click on the map for a closer look at the Spring Creek Oaks subdivision and the surrounding area.
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