Colleyville transportation update: SH 26 phase 4

Vehicles will now be able to drive on new northbound pavement on the east side of SH 26 from Church Street north to John McCain Road.

Vehicles will now be able to drive on new northbound pavement on the east side of SH 26 from Church Street north to John McCain Road.

Vehicles will now be able to drive on new northbound pavement on the east side of SH 26 from Church Street north to John McCain Road. Construction continues on the new northbound lanes between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Road and includes installations of driveways, sidewalks and lighting foundations. Crews have also begun work on the center medians from Church north to John McCain to remove temporary pavement and construct median curbs and left-turn lanes. In October, traffic will be switched onto new pavement from Centerpark to Church.

Timeline: November 2016-spring 2020
Cost: $38.2 million
Funding source: Texas Department of Transportation
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