The Colleyville City Council approved two amendments to the Roberts Road project, near the new community center, during the Jan. 16 meeting.

The changes to the professional service agreement with Freese and Nichols Inc. resulted in more than $100,000 of additional cost, and now the project is estimated to cost $527,000.

In October, the project was separated from one to two different phases, according to previous Community Impact reporting.

Phase 1 includes a westbound right-turn lane on Glade Road, the turn lane and reconstructed pavement, water, and sewer on Roberts Road, between Glade and the Pleasant Glade Baptist Church driveway.

The details

Phase 2 of the project on Roberts Road includes:
  • Design of the roadway
  • Traffic signalization—if warranted by traffic study
  • Drainage improvements
  • Curb ramps at Roberts Road and Glad Road intersection
  • Utility improvements from north of Glade Road to the city limits near Birch Avenue
The roadway would be widened to 31 feet where possible and 25 feet when there are right-of-way constraints, according to documents.

What else?

The second change is conducting a signal analysis to see if there needs to be a traffic signal added at Roberts Road and Glade Road. An intersection traffic count would determine if a light would be warranted, according to documents. This addition to the contract was for $8,400.