Learn more about two road projects happening in the area through December.

Southlake sets detour for Hwy. 114 frontage road project

Although the project is unaffiliated with the city of Southlake, the city has promoted detour routes to help drivers navigate the work taking place near Kirkwood and Solana boulevards.

The details

Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation said the $31.5 million, 2-mile project will construct continuous frontage roads in the cities of Southlake, Westlake and Trophy Club from FM 1938/Davis Boulevard to Dove Road. The project will include ramp and intersection improvements and the construction of Texas U-turn lanes.
  • During construction, drivers can exit at Davis and make a U-turn to access Solana to the west and Kirkwood to the east of the freeway.
  • Alternatively, drivers can exit before Solana onto Dove Road and Sam School Road to Solana, or continue on to Davis to rejoin the freeway.
The project is expected to be completed and open by summer 2024. When finished, drivers will have a continuous alternate route from Grapevine to Southlake to Trophy Club.

Progress made on SH 121 project in Grapevine

Work began this summer on a project that will install wrong-way detection equipment and signage on SH 121 in Grapevine from Grapevine Mills Trail to the southbound exit ramp on SH 121.

The $225,000 project is expected to be completed early next year, weather permitting, officials said. The project was partially funded with a grant from the Highway Safety Improvement Program.