Updated Nov. 9, 12:05 a.m. This post has been updated to reflect the latest information.

Denton County residents approved the county's $650 million bond on Nov. 8.

About 74.10% of the votes counted were cast in favor of the transportation bond that looks to update the county's infrastructure. All county precincts reported results.

The bond will focus on transportation projects in Denton County. The projects are slated to provide congestion relief and safety improvements, according to the county. More than 110 projects have been identified to date in all four precincts of Denton County. A list of projects is available at www.dentoncounty.gov.

Denton County Judge Andy Eads said he is pleased to see the results in favor of the bond.

"It looks like Denton County will be in the road building business for the foreseeable future, which is a real priority of the commissioners," he said with 75% of precincts reporting Nov. 8.

Among proposed projects are Loop 288 West and Loop 288 East frontage roads, FM 1171 West, I-35W frontage roads, US 377 north and more.

This is the first road transportation bond on the ballot since 2008.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.