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Sam Bass Ridge Road resurfacing, rehabilitation The city of Southlake and Tarrant County have entered an interlocal agreement to resurface and rehabilitate Sam Bass Ridge Road. The project will span about 1,800 feet, starting at the road’s intersection with North White Chapel Boulevard and ending at a cul- de-sac. According to the agreement, the county will furnish labor and equipment while the city will pay for materials, remove the existing road materials and handle traffic control, among other expenses. The project will begin sometime this summer to limit traffic disruptions and will take about eight days to complete, according to city of Southlake documents. Timeline: to last about eight days this summer Cost: Not available Funding sources: city of Southlake, Tarrant County
Creekside Drive improvements The city of Southlake plans to replace about 2,000 linear feet of pavement on Creekside Drive from the street’s cul-de-sac to its intersection with East Dove Road. The street has reached the end of its lifespan due to surface damage, including cracking, an uneven surface and general deterioration over the last few years. This damage warrants a complete replacement, according to the city. Southlake City Council voted unanimously May 3 to award a construction contract to XIT Paving and Construction. Construction will include adding a storm pipe and restoring roadside ditches to improve drainage. Timeline: TBD
Cheek Sparger Road reconstruction With traffic switched to new pavement on the south, work continues on the north side of Cheek Sparger Road with a new 12-inch waterline. Once that is done, work begins on an underground storm system and the con- crete curb and gutter. The north side will also include an 8-foot sidewalk. The Cheek Sparger project is managed by the Texas Department of Transportation. The project consists of roadway reconstruction, softening the “S” curve from A San Bar Lane to Oakbriar Lane as well as doing asphalt mill and overlay from B Colleyville Bou- levard to San Bar Lane and C Oakbriar Lane to Brown Trail. Landscaping restoration is also included. Timeline: February 2021-December 2022 Cost: $50.98 million Funding source: TxDOT
Cost: not to exceed $1.2 million Funding source: city of Southlake
ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF MAY 18. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT GCSNEWS@COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.
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