Take a look at three upcoming and ongoing projects in McKinney

Upcoming projects

1. 2022-23 street and alley pavement improvements

Construction of the city’s annual street and alley pavement improvement project will begin in late June and will include approximately $3 million in major pavement improvements on various streets throughout the city, McKinney’s Capital Improvements Manager Nick Ataie said. Initial construction throughout the summer will occur on portions of A Wilson Creek Parkway and B Maverick Trail to reduce negative effects to adjacent schools over the summer months. Sections of C Hardin Boulevard between Eldorado Parkway and McKinney Ranch Parkway, and D Airport Drive between US 380 and Enlow Road will be improved in late summer with other identified locations being improved through spring 2023. Intermittent lane closures will be required.

Timeline: June 2022-May 2023

Construction cost: $3 million

Funding source: city of McKinney

2. Eldorado Parkway improvements

An upcoming construction project will widen Eldorado Parkway generally between Custer Road and Orion Drive from four lanes to six lanes, including widening an existing bridge structure over Rowlett Creek. The project also includes construction of additional turn lanes at the intersection of Custer Road. Other improvements along the corridor are anticipated to occur simultaneously and are associated with the upcoming construction of the H-E-B at the northeast corner of Eldorado Parkway and Custer Road. This work includes additional turn lanes into the H-E-B site along Eldorado Parkway and a new traffic signal east of Custer Road. Pending selection of a contractor, construction associated with the roadway widening is expected to begin in early summer and be completed in the spring or summer 2023.

Timeline: July 2022-July 2023

Construction cost: $3 million (estimated)

Funding sources: city of McKinney, private developers, McKinney Community Development Corp., city of Frisco

Ongoing projects

3. US 380 traffic signal installation

Construction of a new traffic signal at US 380 and the C&D Landfill driveway—approximately 0.4 miles east of New Hope Road—has been approved by the Texas Department of Transportation and is expected to be operational at the end of June. The new signal will improve intersection safety and allow for the safe flow of traffic at the landfill entrance.

Timeline: April-July

Construction cost: $300,000

Funding sources: city of McKinney, private developers