Lewisville's Midway Road rehabilitation project expected to reach completion May 2021

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Crews in Lewisville began work in October on a two-year project to rehabilitate Midway Road. The first phase of work includes a realignment of Midway at the Holfords Prairie Road intersection. Other improvements include the reconstruction of existing asphalt streets to become wider concrete streets; installation of sidewalk on the south side of Midway from Huffines Boulevard to Holfords Prairie Road; and installation of storm inlets, culverts and drainage pipes. Denton County will pick up the bulk of the project’s cost, while the city of Lewisville will fund the balance.

Timeline: October 2019-May 2021


Cost: $5.2 million

Funding sources: Denton County, city of Lewisville
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