The design phases for new roundabouts at multiple Frisco intersections are on track to finish before the end of 2024, according to the city’s capital improvement project dashboard.

Frisco has more than 40 multilane and single-lane roundabouts at intersections across the city.

What you need to know

There are four intersections along Frisco Street slated to be converted into multilane roundabouts, according to the dashboard:
  • Frisco Street and Technology Drive
  • Frisco Street and Sports Village Road
  • Frisco Street and All Stars Avenue
  • Frisco Street and Research Road
The cost to build the four roundabouts is $11.5 million, funded by the city. Designs should finish in late fall and the projects are slated to go out to bid before the end of the year, according to the dashboard.

Once the city receives the bids back from contractors, construction can begin and will last for roughly one year with an early 2026 end date, according to the dashboard.

Also of note

The intersection of Gaylord Parkway and Ohio Drive is slated to become a multilane roundabout before the end of 2025, according to the dashboard.

The project costs $3.9 million. Designs should be finalized sometime in late summer and go out to bid to start construction shortly after.