4 road projects under construction in Frisco

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Transportation updates

4th Army Drive

Construction is almost finished on the first phase of 4th Army Drive. (via )

1. 4th Army Drive

Construction is almost finished on the first phase of 4th Army Drive to build a connection from Lebanon Road to the Stewart Creek West Wastewater Treatment Plant. Construction is about one-quarter through the second phase of the project to add a two-lane undivided roadway from the wastewater  treatment plant to Timber Ridge Drive. 

Timeline: July 2015-September 2017 (Lebanon Road to SCWWTP), July 2016-June 2018 (SCWWTP to Timber Ridge Drive)
Cost: $3.2 million (Lebanon Road to SCWWTP), $11.4 million (SCWWTP to Timber Ridge Drive)
Funding source: city of Frisco

Dallas Parkway widening

Construction is more than half done on the first phase of the Dallas Parkway project. (via )

2. Dallas Parkway widening

Construction is more than half done on the first phase of the Dallas Parkway project to construct an additional lane on northbound and southbound frontage roads with intersection improvements at Warren Parkway and Lebanon Road. The second and third phases, which will add a lane on the northbound and southbound frontage roads at Eldorado and Panther Creek parkways,  are still in the planning phase.

Timeline: January 2017-December 2018 (Warren Parkway and Lebanon Road), July 2018-TBD (Eldorado and Panther Creek parkways)
Cost: $11.5 million (Warren Parkway and Lebanon Road), $7.5 million (Eldorado and Panther Creek parkways)
Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County, Texas Department of Transportation

3. Lebanon Road widening

The city has begun construction to widen Lebanon Road from four to six lanes from Legacy Drive to Starwood Drive to make way for the construction of a 24-foot force main pipe. The city will also add a third westbound lane from Legacy Drive to Village Boulevard.

Timeline: July 2017-September 2018
Cost: $9.1 million
Funding source: city of Frisco

4. US 380

The second phase of the US 380 project continues, and the third phase is still in the design phase. The second phase, which extends from Lovers Lane to CR 26, will widen the roadway to six lanes with grade separations at Preston Road and Dallas North Tollway. The third phase, which extends from CR 26 to Loop 288, will also widen the roadway to six lanes with grade separations at FM 423, Legacy Drive and Teel Parkway. The first phase was completed in January.

Timeline: September 2015-December 2018 (Lovers Lane to CR 26), TBD (CR 26 to Loop 288)
Costs: $58 million (Lovers Lane to CR 26), TBD (CR 26 to Loop 288)
Funding source: TxDOT

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