Frisco November 2020

TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

380

1B

26

1A

PANTHER CREEK PKWY.

PANTHER CREEK PKWY.

FRISCO

423

ELDORADO PKWY.

3

MEADOW HILL DR.

MAIN ST.

DNT TOLL

ROLATER RD.

STONEBROOK PKWY.

OHIO DR.

LEBANON RD.

JOHN HICKMAN PKWY.

2

121 TOLL

N

2 2020 sidewalk program Work on the city’s 2020 Sidewalk Improvements Project began over the summer and is approximately 75% complete, according to the city’s October engineering report. Work is taking place along the west side of Preston Road; the contractor is ! nishing pouring concrete before ! nalizing the landscape along the new sidewalk areas. Work should wrap up in November. Timeline: April-November (construction) Cost: $534,350 Funding source: city of Frisco UPCOMING PROJECTS 3 Meadow Hill Drive reconstruction The city plans to reconstruct Meadow Hill Drive so that it will become a 26-foot- wide concrete roadway without a curb and gutter. The project limits stretch from North County Road and Preston Road. Crews will also improve the drain- age ditch and replace driveway culverts along the project limits. In addition, almost 3,000 feet of an existing 12-inch water line in this area will be replaced. The west side of the project and Preston Road will be reconstructed to add more turn lanes. Timeline: Early 2021-December (con- struction) Cost: $3.25 million Funding source: city of Frisco

COMPILED BY MIRANDA JAIMES

ONGOING PROJECTS

COURTESY CITY OF FRISCO

1 PGA Parkway Construction of PGA Parkway has been divided into two phases. The ! rst phase A includes Legacy Drive from PGA Park- way to US 380 and PGA Parkway from Mahard Parkway to west of Legacy. For this phase, construction of both projects were signi ! cantly completed in October, with the roadways opened to the public. Phase 2 B stretches from Championship Drive to west of Legacy Drive and work continues for this phase on schedule. Crews began paving along this route in early October. Landscaping and median irrigation are being conducted up to west of Championship Drive and east of Lega- cy, outside of the project’s limits. Timeline: September 2019-October 2020 (Phase 1), spring 2019-December 2020 (Phase 2) Cost: $12.3 million (Phase 1), $6.6 million (Phase 2) Funding source: city of Frisco

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