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This is the fourth time a new road has been opened to the public at the Houston Toll Road in Texas.
A $40 million construction project opened last month.
It is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
In the past three years, the project has been plagued by delays, mudslides and an explosion.
The project was designed by the same company that built the Texas Turnpike.
The new road was opened in 2018 to the general public for the first time, but the highway is not the same as the one that used to be in the 1980s and 1990s.
The toll road was once a busy stretch of highway from Houston to New Orleans, but it was closed to traffic in 2005 after a massive mudslide killed four people.
This past year, the toll road reopened to traffic for the third time in five years.
The road is expected for completion by the beginning of 2020.
It was designed to handle heavy trucks, heavy loads and heavy trucks with a minimum of 12 vehicles per lane.
The construction project was initially supposed to be finished in 2024, but in January, the federal government halted construction of the highway because of the deadly mudsliding.
That led to a two-year wait to finish the project.
The federal government has since suspended work on the project, but construction could resume at some point.
The Houston Toll is the third highway to open to the community this year.
The other two are the Texas Tollway and the Interstate 35W Bridge.
It opened in December and will reopen to the broader community later this month.