Here are four road projects slated to start or under construction in McKinney.


US 380 and Community Avenue intersection improvements

The intersection of US 380 and Community Avenue will be widened to include dual left-turn lanes for eastbound and westbound traffic, a new westbound right-turn lane, a new southbound right-turn lane, and associated traffic signal improvements, city officials said. Design work is underway on the project, and construction is expected to begin in late summer.

Virginia Street and Louisiana Street accessibility improvements

This project includes the construction of sidewalks, pedestrian ramps and crosswalks to bring the corridor up to accessibility standards and provide continuous pedestrian facilities along both Virginia and Louisiana streets between Graves Street and Benge Street, city officials said. Construction is expected to begin this summer and last approximately a year.
  • Timeline: June-summer 2024
  • Construction cost: $1.9 million
  • Funding source: city of McKinney

SH 5 utility relocations

This project includes relocation of existing city utilities, including water and wastewater, from Spur 399 to Powerhouse Street in advance of the upcoming reconstruction of SH 5 by the Texas Department of Transportation, city officials said.
  • Timeline: late summer-mid-2025
  • Construction cost: $25 million
  • Funding source: city of McKinney


East Louisiana Street infrastructure improvements

Louisiana Street is expected to be closed to through traffic between SH 5 and Throckmorton Street for the construction of the roundabout at Louisiana Street and Greenville Street. Detour traffic will be routed to Virginia Street. Construction will continue on Green Street and Andrews Street with street paving expected to begin in late summer. The overall project is expected to be complete in early 2024.
  • Timeline: June 2022-early 2024
  • Construction cost: $9 million
  • Funding sources: city of McKinney, North Central Texas Council of Governments