Updates for Kelly Lane, Colorado Sand Drive; plus, other Pflugerville transportation news

Improvements on Colorado Sand Drive are expected to go to bid for construction in summer 2021. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Improvements on Colorado Sand Drive are expected to go to bid for construction in summer 2021. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Improvements on Colorado Sand Drive are expected to go to bid for construction in summer 2021. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

As Pflugerville City Council shores up its November bond package proposal, here are the latest status updates from the city's 2018 general bond.

Kelly Lane Phase 2


The project will reconstruct and widen Kelly Lane from a two-lane road into an urban, four-lane ,divided roadway, running from West Falcon Pointe Drive to Moorlynch Avenue. City officials hosted a virtual open house for Phases 2 and 3 of the project in May.

Status: Design phase is 85% complete

Timeline: City officials anticipate a construction start date in summer 2021.

Cost: $7.81 million

Funding source: 2018 city of Pflugerville bond

Colorado Sand Drive


Roadways will be reconstructed into a four-lane divided roadway between Copper Mine Drive and Lone Star Ranch Boulevard.


Status: City staff are finishing realignment details for the project.

Timeline: Expected to go to bid for construction in summer 2021

Cost: $4.29 million

Funding source: 2018 city of Pflugerville bond

Old Austin-Hutto Road


Old Austin-Hutto Road will be reconstructed and widened into an urban three-lane roadway from Pecan Street to FM 685.

Status: City staff are finishing up right of way acquisition.

Timeline: Expected to go to bid for construction in the fall

Cost: $3.7 million

Funding sources: 2014 city of Pflugerville transportation bonds (design), 2018 city of Pflugerville bonds (construction)

East Pflugerville Parkway


The project will extend Pflugerville Parkway east of Weiss Lane to create "a continuous arterial route along the existing Jesse Bohls Drive," staff said in a July 14 email.

Status: An open house is being planned for late August.

Timeline: TBD

Cost: $5.03 million

Funding source: 2018 city of Pflugerville bond



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