Located in Houston, Texas, in the Southern United States, Katy Freeway is one of the widest freeways in the world. The road was widened in 2008 to as many as 26 total lanes.
The road is paved. It’s part of the I-10 west of Houston and its annual average daily traffic is more than 219,000 vehicles. The road links the western suburb of Katy and the downtown. Interstate 10 expands across a 23 mile stretch from its intersection with Interstate 610 to the city of Katy (where the highway gets its name).
How many lanes does Katy Freeway have?
The road was built in the 1960’s and has 26 lanes (12 main lanes, 8 lanes of access roads, and 6 managed lanes). Since the construction of the West Loop Freeway north of the West Loop is over, the West Loop has 28 lanes at the intersection of Hempstead Road. If you're involved in a serious car accident on Katy Freeway, contact a car accident lawyer in Houston.
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