Groundbreaking of the Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project

The Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project (LBITP) is a $381 Million dollar water supply project, including a pump station located on the banks of the Trinity River, 3 miles of dual 96-inch diameter pipeline, and approximately 23.6 miles of earthen canal.

The canal will run from Liberty County through eastern Harris County and outfall into the lower reaches of Luce Bayou.

The project will deliver up to 500 million gallons of water per day to Lake Houston and the Northeast Water Purification Plant.

Interviews include Yvonne Forrest, Senior Assistant Director of Water Operations City of Houston; Sylvester Turner, the Mayor of Houston; and Wayne Klotz, President, Coastal Water Authority.


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