Transportation Updates


Transportation updates


Transportation updates Construction to extend Coit Road to Rockhill Parkway and widen Westridge Boulevard is nearly done.[/caption]

1. Coit Road and Westridge Boulevard construction


Construction to extend Coit Road to Rockhill Parkway and widen Westridge Boulevard is nearly done. Coit Road will extend to four lanes, and Westridge Boulevard will widen to four lanes.


Timeline: June 2016-March 2017
Cost: $5.7 million
Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County




Transportation updates Construction is about 85 percent complete to extend 4th Army Drive from Lebanon Road to the Stewart Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.[/caption]

2. 4th Army Drive extension


Construction is about 85 percent complete to extend 4th Army Drive from Lebanon Road to the Stewart Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The new roadway, which is the first phase of the road project, will be two lanes.


The second phase of the project, to extend the road from the treatment plant to Timber Ridge Drive, is being designed.


Timeline: August 2015-March 2017 (first phase), December 2016-June 2018 (second phase)
Cost: $3.2 million (first phase), $11.3 million (second phase)
Funding sources: city of Frisco



3. Dallas Parkway widening


Construction is 50 percent complete to widen Dallas Parkway from SH 121 to Lebanon Road. Lanes will be added to the northbound and southbound frontage roads with intersection improvements at Warren Parkway and Lebanon Road. The second widening project of Dallas Parkway from Lebanon Road to Eldorado Parkway is still in the planning phase.


Timeline: January 2016-June 2017 (SH 121-Lebanon Road), TBD (Lebanon Road-Eldorado Parkway)
Cost: $11.5 million (SH 121-Lebanon Road), $5.1 million (Lebanon Road-Eldorado Parkway)
Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County, Texas Department of Transportation




Transportation updates Construction is 75 percent complete to widen FM 423 from Eldorado Parkway to US 380.[/caption]

4. FM 423 widening


Construction is 75 percent complete to widen FM 423 from Eldorado Parkway to US 380. The project, which is being funded by TxDOT, is widening the roadway to six lanes.


Timeline: October 2014-September 2017|
Cost: $28.4 million
Funding sources: TxDOT



5. Frisco Street/Technology Drive roundabout construction


Planning has begun to construct a roundabout at the intersection of Frisco Street and Technology Drive. Construction is expected to begin in January 2018.


Timeline: January 2018-December 2018
Cost: TBD
Funding sources: TBD



6. Main Street widening


Design work to widen Main Street from FM 423 to the Dallas North Tollway is more than halfway complete. The roadway will be widened to six lanes in conjunction with a project to include underground power lines.


Timeline: July 2017-December 2018
Cost: $19.5 million
Funding sources: city of Frisco



7. Ohio Drive/Warren Parkway roundabout construction


Design work continues for the roundabout at Ohio Drive and Warren Parkway. The roundabout will replace an existing four-way stop at the intersection. Construction is expected to begin in the summer.


Timeline: July 2017-December 2018
Cost: $1.9 million
Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County



8. Preston intersection improvements


Construction will begin soon on Preston Road to improve intersections from SH 121 to Main Street. The improvements will include construction of additional turn lanes at intersections.


Timeline: July 2017-September 2018
Cost: $3.6 million
Funding sources: city of Frisco, TxDOT



9. Warren Parkway construction


Planning has begun to reconstruct a street from Ohio Drive to Hillcrest Road. The design phase is expected to be completed this summer, and a start date for construction has yet to be determined.


Timeline: TBD
Cost: TBD
Funding sources: TBD

By Nicole Luna
Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.