Here are the details for two ongoing construction projects and one upcoming project impacting Flower Mound, Highland Village and Argyle.

Ongoing Projects:

1. Lopo Road reconstruction

The Lopo Road project includes the reconstruction of Lopo Road from River Oaks Drive to 300 feet west of Garden Ridge Boulevard. This project will be constructed with the Wood Creek Circle Reconstruction project. A construction award was approved by Town Council on August 2022. Construction has been delayed because of material delays since it started on Jan. 16.
  • Timeline: Jan. 16-June 30
  • Cost: $940,000
  • Funding source: Flower Mound dedicated sales tax
2. Highland Village Road and I-35E ramp construction

The Highland Village Road and I-35E ramp project is well underway, according to Highland Village officials. The contractor, Texas Materials Group, Inc., has completed at least 50% of the work, according to officials. When complete, Highland Village Road will have an entrance ramp onto northbound I-35E.
  • Timeline: Sept. 14 2022-late December 2023
  • Cost: $2.78 million
  • Funding source: North Central Texas Council of Governments
Upcoming Projects:

1. I-35W expansion

The Texas Department of Transportation will expand I-35W from Dale Earnhardt Way to south of the I-35E and I-35W split. The project consists of the reconstruction and widening of I-35W from a four-lane rural interstate to a six-lane urban freeway with four managed toll lanes and frontage roads, according to TxDOT. The project will be split into two projects. The frontages roads will be constructed first with the main lanes to follow. Right-of-way acquisition is ongoing and is expected to be complete in 2023. The TxDOT schedule shows a ready-to-let date of June 2028. Public hearings regarding the project were held in April and May 2020.

  • Timeline: June 2028-TBD

  • Cost: $336 million

  • Funding source: Texas Department of Transportation