Custer Road expansion
The city of Frisco is widening Custer Road from Stonebridge Drive to SH 121. The road cuts between the Frisco and McKinney city limits and sees daily traffic to and from both cities.
To accommodate the growth in this area, the
3-mile project will widen the existing four-lane roadway to six lanes.
Construction on this project is 15 percent complete and is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of this year sometime between October and December, according to Frisco officials.
Heavy traffic is expected in this area until construction is complete.
Cost: $9.17 million
Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County
Lake Forest expansion
A turn lane for traffic traveling east on McKinney Ranch and turning right onto Lake Forest will
be added to McKinney Ranch. A turn lane for traffic turning left from eastbound SH 121
to northbound Lake Forest will also be added.
One lane on Lake Forest will be closed periodically between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily for lane striping.
The project is nearly complete, and city officials said they are anticipating a completion date at the end of May or first part of June.
Timeline: October 2015-June 2016
Cost: $2.1 million
Funding sources: Collin County, city of McKinney
US 380 widening
The project will be completed in two phases. The first phase of construction will widen the highway from four to six lanes from Lovers Lane in Prosper to Custer Road at the Frisco-McKinney border.
The second phase will widen US 380 from CR 26 to Lovers Lane to create a freeway section.
Timeline: October 2015-fall 2018
Cost: $19.6 million (Lovers Lane to Custer Road) $57.9 million (CR 26 to Lovers Lane)
Funding source: TxDOT