Improvements to major intersections along League City Parkway are set to be completed this summer.

Traditionally, Landing Boulevard, Magnolia Lane and West Bay Area Boulevard have intersected with League City Parkway with four-way stop signs. These are being replaced with traffic signals to reduce traffic delays and prepare for the city’s future growth, according to a news release from the city.

Additionally, the city is adding dedicated right-turn lanes at some of the approaches. So far, some of the new infrastructure, such as right-turn lanes and traffic signal foundations, has already been installed.

Work to install turn lanes at the Landing intersection began in mid-January, and left-turn lanes are completed. Production delays mean the signal poles and related equipment will be delivered as late as the end of April.

The project’s budget is $1.9 million.