Traffic-guiding infrastructure replacements are ongoing along Spring Creek Parkway in Plano.

The city is paying A&M Maintenance Services Inc. $79,000 to replace buttons and reflectors, which are used to safely guide traffic throughout the day, on Spring Creek Parkway between Parker Road and SH 121, Traffic Operations Superintendent Jeff Turner Jr. said.

The overview

Turner said the work is part of ongoing scheduled maintenance of Plano roadways, adding that buttons and reflectors are typically replaced every five years, on average. For smaller streets, the city’s public works markings division crews handle the replacement, but contracts are used for larger projects, such as the Spring Creek Parkway project.

Construction began in May and is expected to be completed later this year. Two lanes on the roadway will be closed daily between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to allow for the replacement of buttons and reflectors, according to the city’s website.

The $79,000 in project funding comes from the capital maintenance fund for the public works department.

What’s next?

Turner said construction is expected to be completed by late August.