This is from the Facebook page for Walker County Pct 4 Road and Bridge posted on Aug 20, 2021. From the pictures on this post I would say there is about maybe two months left to complete.
The Forest Service is getting close to opening their bridge back up. We are thankful for Representative Brady for securing the funding on this project. The new bridge is longer and higher than the old one with the intention to reduce flooding.
U.S. Forest Service - National Forests and Grasslands in Texas
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The Stubblefield Lake Bridge replacement on Stubblefield Lake Road in the National Forest and Grasslands in Texas, Sam Houston National Forest, is approximately 80 percent complete and will be completed in September, barring any extreme weather. Crews continue to work on bridge approaches and fine details on the bridge.
Construction on the new bridge began in October 2020 and includes pedestrian walkways on both sides and a boat ramp.
The construction area remains marked with signs, and locations around the construction site are still closed for safety. This includes areas near the bridge, bridge road approaches, and boat ramp.
The bridge was damaged in 2017 by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey.
For more information, visit our website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/texas