NTTA construction to close Dallas Parkway nightly in Frisco

Motorists wishing to drive north along Dallas Parkway between Panther Creek Parkway and PGA Parkway in Frisco will see a nightly detour during October. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Motorists wishing to drive north along Dallas Parkway between Panther Creek Parkway and PGA Parkway in Frisco will see a nightly detour during October. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Motorists wishing to drive north along Dallas Parkway between Panther Creek Parkway and PGA Parkway in Frisco will see a nightly detour during October. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The North Texas Tollway Authority will close northbound Dallas Parkway between Panther Creek Parkway and PGA Parkway in Frisco nightly during October while workers construct a new Dallas North Tollway overpass over US 380.

Traffic on the Dallas North Tollway will remain uninterrupted, but drivers wishing to use the northbound Dallas Parkway frontage road will have to take a detour about a mile south of the closure. The detour will take motorists east on Eldorado Parkway to Preston Road. After traveling north on Preston Road, drivers will then be able to turn west on PGA Parkway to get around the closure and back onto Dallas Parkway.



The northbound frontage road is scheduled to be closed nightly during October from 8 p.m.-6 a.m.

While traffic on the Dallas North Tollway will not be affected, the northbound exit ramp to PGA Parkway will be closed nightly. The NTTA news release said motorists wishing to use that exit will need to take the Eldorado Parkway exit and then follow the detour route to get around the closure.


As part of its news release, NTTA urged drivers to use caution in the construction area.

For construction-related questions and concerns, NTTA offers a project hotline at 972-628-3134. Additional information about upcoming lane closures and traffic-related news is available at www.ntta.org.
By William C. Wadsack
William C. Wadsack is editor of the Frisco edition of Community Impact Newspaper. He previously served as managing editor of several daily and weekly publications in North Texas and his native state of Louisiana before joining Community Impact Newspaper in 2019.


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