6 ongoing, upcoming transportation projects in Frisco

Construction on several roads throughout Frisco is planned to last through 2021. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Construction on several roads throughout Frisco is planned to last through 2021. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Construction on several roads throughout Frisco is planned to last through 2021. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Ongoing projects

1. PGA Parkway Phase 2

Construction of PGA Parkway from Teel Parkway to west of Legacy Drive is underway. Paving has been completed on the eastbound lanes, and the pavement process for the westbound lanes began in early November.

Timeline: spring 2019-December 2020

Cost: $6.62 million

Funding source: city of Frisco

2. Lebanon Road widening

Construction to widen Lebanon Road from Parkwood Boulevard to Ohio Drive and John Hickman Parkway is underway, despite a delayed start. Underground utilities and earthwork were completed in October. All paving operations are expected to be complete by March.

Timeline: August 2020-March 2021

Cost: $5.2 million

Funding source: city of Frisco

3. Coit Road widening

The city of Frisco expects that construction to widen Coit Road will begin sometime in mid-December. The project will widen Coit Road from SH 121 to Main Street from four lanes to six lanes. The city anticipates that construction will last 15 months.

Timeline: December 2020-early 2022

Cost: $7.2 million

Funding source: city of Frisco

4. Street and roadway lights

Construction of new roadway lighting is now underway on A) Wade Boulevard, B) Prestmont Place, C) First Street and D) North County Road.

Timeline: fall 2020-April 2021

Cost: $860,000

Funding source: city of Frisco


5. Panther Creek Parkway

Design work for Panther Creek Parkway from the Dallas North Tollway to Preston Road was completed and submitted for review in November. The project entails the construction of a new six-lane road where one does not currently exist. The city anticipates construction will begin in early 2021.

Timeline: early 2020-November 2020 (design); early 2021-late 2022 (construction)

Cost: $35 million

Funding source: city of Frisco, Collin County

6. Widening US 380 in Denton County

Design work is 95% complete for a project to widen US 380 from five lanes to six lanes in Denton County from Mahard Parkway to Loop 288.

Timeline: January 2020-early 2021 (design); spring 2021-late 2022 (construction)

Cost: $160 million

Funding source: TBD
By Francesca D' Annunzio
Francesca D'Annunzio covers K-12 and higher education, development, planning and zoning, and transportation in Frisco and McKinney. She attended college at the University of Texas at Austin, where she reported for the Daily Texan and interned for the Austin Chronicle. When she's not reporting, she enjoys spending time outdoors and experimenting in the kitchen.


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