McKinney transportation update: Rockhill Road construction
Following approval by McKinney City Council, construction of a mini-roundabout with lighting and pedestrian enhancements was expected to begin in late May at the intersection of Rockhill Road and Graves Street, officials said. (Graphic by Michelle Degard/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Following approval by McKinney City Council, construction of a mini-roundabout with lighting and pedestrian enhancements was expected to begin in late May at the intersection of Rockhill Road and Graves Street, officials said. Construction is expected to be substantially completed by mid-August. Rockhill Road will also be reconstructed between Wilson Creek Parkway and Graves Street in May and June.
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