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Posted on: August 1, 2019

[ARCHIVED] UPDATE: Large Vessel Move Impacting NASA Road 1

Emergency Managment Post AdvisoryHeavy Equipment Haul Update: The City of Nassau Bay continues to monitor the heavy equipment haul that is currently moving through the Houston area on its way to the Bayport Container Terminal. The move is currently delayed and will not move through Nassau Bay tonight, Tuesday, August 6th. The earliest time of arrival we expect is late Thursday evening. The timing of this move is fluid, and we will update you when we have more details. Again, the heavy equipment haul will NOT move through Nassau Bay on August 6th. Stay tuned to the city’s Facebook page for live updates. Movement of the heavy equipment may impact traffic and power service for Nassau Bay residents and businesses.

For more information, please see the details below:

Route and Traffic Information:

The heavy equipment and support vehicles will enter the NASA Bypass from I-45. All lanes of the bypass will be shut down during the move. The vehicles will then travel east on NASA Road 1 on their way to the Houston Bayport Terminal. The equipment is currently scheduled to move through Nassau Bay between 11:00 PM Thursday and 3:00 AM Friday. Officers will be controlling traffic at all impacted intersections. Visit Nassau Bay’s Facebook page the night of the move for more up-to-date timing.

Haul Route

Power Information:

The equipment being hauled is 27 feet tall and will require power and traffic lights to be disconnected and reconnected along the route. CenterPoint Energy stated that outages should last only a few minutes. However, there is a possibility power outages could last for up to two hours for some customers. Citizens are encouraged to sign up for CenterPoint Energy’s Power Alert Service to receive notifications of outages directly from Centerpoint.

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