Standridge Drive traffic signal in Lewisville, asphalt project in Highland Village coming up

This joint project between the towns of Flower Mound and Double Oak includes replacing the two-lane asphalt road with a two-lane urban collector street. (Courtesy Fotolia)
This joint project between the towns of Flower Mound and Double Oak includes replacing the two-lane asphalt road with a two-lane urban collector street. (Courtesy Fotolia)

This joint project between the towns of Flower Mound and Double Oak includes replacing the two-lane asphalt road with a two-lane urban collector street. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Standridge Drive traffic signal installation

Lewisville City Council approved an agreement with The Colony for a new traffic signal at Standridge Drive where it intersects with Lake Ridge Road in Lewisville and Memorial Drive in The Colony. According to the agreement, The Colony is responsible for design, construction and ongoing maintenance of the traffic light. Traffic is expected to “significantly increase” with construction of a multi-building warehouse development called Live Oaks Logistics Park at the northeast corner of the intersection.

Timeline: Sept. 20, 2021-June 2022

Cost: $350,000

Funding source: city of The Colony


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Highland Village Phase 4 street improvements

Highland Village City Council voted Aug. 10 to award a contract to Reynolds Asphalt and Construction Co. for Phase 4 of the city’s Street Improvements Project. The streets being improved are North Clearwater Drive, South Clearwater Drive, Scenic Drive, Rockland Drive, Hickory Ridge Drive, Springway Drive and Pecan Street. Some streets require restoration, while others in better shape will get an asphalt overlay, according to city documents.

Timeline: 200 days once started in mid to late September

Cost: $1.05 million for construction

Funding source: city of Highland Village

By Valerie Wigglesworth
Valerie has been a journalist for more than 30 years. She is currently managing editor for DFW Metro for Community Impact Newspaper.


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