Colleyville transportation update: SH 26 widening, Phase 4

Crews have recently completed left-turn lanes and median curbs from Brown Trail north to John McCain Road in Colleyville on SH 26. (Graphic by Ellen Jackson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Crews have recently completed left-turn lanes and median curbs from Brown Trail north to John McCain Road in Colleyville on SH 26. (Graphic by Ellen Jackson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Crews have recently completed left-turn lanes and median curbs from Brown Trail north to John McCain Road in Colleyville on SH 26. (Graphic by Ellen Jackson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Crews have recently completed left-turn lanes and median curbs from Brown Trail north to John McCain Road in Colleyville. Crews have also completed the installation of driveways on SH 26 throughout the project limits. In the coming weeks, construction activity will focus on installing remaining sidewalks, retaining walls, railing and permanent traffic signals. Irrigation and landscaping will begin shortly after those items are completed.

Status: under construction


Timeline: November 2016-spring 2020

Cost: 38.2 million

Funding source: Texas Department of Transportation
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By Miranda Jaimes

Miranda has been in the North Texas area since she graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in 2014. She reported and did design for a daily newspaper in Grayson County before she transitioned to a managing editor role for three weekly newspapers in Collin County. Now she's in Tarrant County, mostly, and has been an Impacter since 2017 as the editor of the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition.


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