Construction continues to progress in Coppell along South Belt Line Road with two-way traffic expected to move into the northbound travel lanes in the near future.

Crews are expected to begin construction on the southbound travel lanes of South Belt Line Road on Dec. 18, which will shift traffic going north and south into the northbound lanes, according to a city newsletter.

Two-minute impact

Construction is planned for the southbound lanes along South Belt Line Road between Dividend Drive and I-635, which is included in the project’s third phase that began earlier this year. Northbound travel lanes were closed for construction along the same road segment Aug. 30 but are expected to be completed ahead of Dec. 18.

The project between Dividend Drive and I-635 includes the incorporation of left-turn lanes, driveways, and a new traffic signal at the intersection of Hackberry Road and South Belt Line Road.

Individuals interested in project updates can visit the South Belt Line Road construction webpage.