4 ongoing Frisco transportation projects in 2019

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Coit Road

The project to widen Coit Road continues from Rockhill Parkway to US 380. The roadway is being expanded to a four-lane divided roadway. The city is currently in the design phase to widen Coit from four to six lanes from SH 121 to Main Street. Construction is expected to start in summer 2019. The estimated cost of the projects is $9.9 million.
Estimated timeline: July 2018-June 2019 (Rockhill to US 380), July 2019-September 2020 (SH 121 to Main Street)

Ohio Drive and Warren Parkway roundabout

The first phase of the western half of the roundabout at Ohio Drive and Warren Parkway is complete. Southbound traffic has been switched to the new pavement while northbound traffic has been detoured around the intersection. The second phase will construct the eastern half of the roundabout. The estimated cost of the project is $1.9 million.
Estimated timeline: July 2018-March 2019

Ohio Drive and Gaylord Parkway roundabout

The city of Frisco is in the planning phase to replace the existing intersection with a roundabout at Ohio Drive and Gaylord Parkway. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2019. The estimated cost of the project is $2 million.
Estimated timeline: July 2019-March 2020

Town and Country Boulevard

Work has begun to reconstruct the existing pavement and widen Town and Country Boulevard from two to four lanes. The roadway extends from Spring Creek Parkway to Legacy Drive. The estimated cost of the project is $3.5 million.
Estimated timeline: December 2018-September 2019

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  1. Frisco is a commuter city. The sooner the Mayor and the council can start planning atleast 2 dart rail stations east and west of the toll way, the better it will be for the city.

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Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.
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