The FM 1938 Phase 2 reconstruction project in Southlake and Keller from Randol Mill Avenue to FM 1709 is progressing. Construction to widen the intersection of FM 1938 and FM 1709 continues as does the installation of retaining walls and an asphalt base in preparation of pavement overlay. The preparation is expected to continue into spring. The 1.6-mile project is widening the roadway to two lanes in each direction with raised curb medians and includes dual left-turn bays in all directions at the intersection of FM 1938 and FM 1709.
Timeline: April 2015-2017
Cost: $20.6 million
Funding Sources: Texas Department of Transportation; U.S. Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration; Tarrant County; the cities of Southlake, Trophy Club, Keller, Westlake; North Central Texas Council of Governments
2. SH 121 expansion
As of January the project is 55 percent complete with initial embankment work for the new main lanes to begin in January. The project expands SH 121 to 10 lanes from Grapevine to Lewisville.
Timeline: March 2014-September 2017
Cost: $58.8 million
Funding Sources: TxDOT, NCTCOG, federal funds
3. SH 26 reconstruction
In 2016 work will begin on reconstructing SH 26 to a six-lane roadway in Colleyville from south of John McCain Road to Brown Trail. The project includes realigning Tinker Road and Oak Pointe Drive into a single signalized intersection with SH 26.
Cost: $33 million
Funding Sources: TxDOT, city of Colleyville, NCTCOG