The intersection of Lebanon Road and FM 423 is under construction.

The intersection has been identified as the highest-volume intersection in Frisco, according to a November Engineering Services report.

The details

A third eastbound lane is being constructed on Lebanon from Deerwood Lane to the first median, which is just east of FM 423. Left-turn lanes will be added in both the eastbound and westbound directions at the intersection, according to the report.

Most of the lane construction is finished, according to the report. Remaining work includes the replacement of existing pavement panels in need of repair, adding concrete pavers in the median and completing street light relocations.

The cost

The intersection improvements cost $9.71 million, which will be funded by the city, according to the city’s capital improvement projects database. It is part of a greater citywide interaction project. It is expected to be completed in 2025.

Lebanon Road from FM 423 to Todd Road is in the design phase and will be a separate project from the intersection. This project will widen Lebanon from a four-lane to a six-lane road.

This project will cost $14 million, which will be funded by the city. It will also be completed in 2025.