The plan, proposed annually, will include $2.075 million set aside for street maintenance projects on 50 roads and streets throughout Grapevine. According to Bryan Beck, public works director for the city, 55% of those projects will be residential streets, and work will be done in-house.
Another 30% of the nearly $2 million will be used on arterial roads—or high-capacity urban roads. That work will also be done in-house with some subcontractors to help accelerate the completion, Beck said.
The maintenance plan also includes an additional $450,000 for traffic signal updates to the detection equipment, $450,000 for re-striping work throughout the city and $625,000 for traffic maintenance.