The Windhaven Parkway at Kansas City Southern Railroad project continues to make progress.

Construction crews are working ahead of schedule, Lewisville’s City Engineer David Salmon said. They completed beam installations on the railroad bridge on Oct. 18.

The project is expected to be completed by December 2024, but construction could conclude before then, Salmon said.

Lewisville City Council approved a $16.57 million contract to complete the project April 4. The project includes construction of about a 1,500-foot extension of Windhaven Parkway from Cookie Lane to Brown Knight Lane, an approximately 100-foot-long railroad bridge, the construction and removal of temporary shoofly track, permanent track, a new roadway underpass, a stormwater lift station, utilities, and other associated structures.

The project was broken into three volumes. The first volume, which included utility relocation, has already been completed. Volume two includes underpass work, and volume three includes paving and draining.

Funds for the project come from the capital project accounts.