Construction on the Dallas North Tollway expansion project in Frisco is on schedule to finish in 2025, according to officials.

In a nutshell

The $157.3 million project, which broke ground in August 2022, will add a fourth lane to the tollway in each direction between the Sam Rayburn Tollway and PGA Parkway. Webber construction crews have placed beams at several intersections along the tollway, said Michael Rey, media relations manager for the North Texas Tollway Authority, in an email.
  • Main Street
  • Cotton Gin Road
  • Panther Creek Parkway
  • Eldorado Parkway

Reconstruction of the northbound tollway bridge over Fields Parkway is ongoing while traffic remains shifted to the southbound bridge, he said. Work is also underway on excavation and drainage installation along the tollway’s median and installation of new lights.

What’s next?

Construction beams still need to be installed at Gaylord Parkway, near the Cottonwood Branch river and railroad crossing near Grand Park. Construction crews are also preparing to pour concrete on the new bridge decks that have been set, Rey said.

Once the northbound bridge over Fields Parkway has finished construction, traffic will be shifted to the northbound bridge while crews reconstruct the southbound bridge.

Tollway drivers and Frisco residents can keep up to date with upcoming road closures and delays related to the widening project by visiting the NTTA’s website. The city of Frisco also maintains an interactive online map that tracks lane closures along the tollway.

While the tollway widening project is underway, Frisco officials greenlit a project to add lanes to the Dallas Parkway frontage road, according to its website. The $10.4 million project will add one lane in each direction on Dallas Parkway between Lebanon Road and Eldorado Parkway.

The project is slated to finish in late 2025, according to Frisco’s website.