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3 Meadow Hill Drive reconstruction Work has started to reconstruct Meadow Hill Drive from Rogers Road to Pres- ton Road. The project will construct a sidewalk, concrete paving and drainage improvements. Timeline: summer 2022-fall 2023 Cost: $4.2 million Funding source: city of Frisco
1 Shaddock Creek Lane roundabouts Construction to install mini roundabouts along Shaddock Creek Lane is ongoing. New concrete has been installed in the Southbury Lane intersection. The contractor is install- ing decorative brick pavers in the center of the roundabout at Southbury Lane. Work has been completed on the landscaped me- dian west of Stone House Lane. The project will convert the existing three-way intersec- tions on Shaddock Creek at 1A Southbury Lane and 1B Thomasville Lane to mini roundabouts and add a raised median. Timeline: spring-late 2022 Cost: $249,529 Funding source: city of Frisco
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4 Town and Country Boulevard widening Work continues to reconstruct Town and Country Boulevard’s westbound lanes to add two new eastbound lanes. Crews are working on the road between Spring Creek Parkway to just west of Legacy Drive. Bike lanes are also being constructed on the road as part of the project. Timeline: summer 2021-late 2022 Cost: $4.7 million Funding source: city of Frisco UPCOMING PROJECT
2 Dallas North Tollway widening A three-year project to widen the Dallas North Tollway through Frisco started in August. The project will add a fourth lane to both northbound and south- bound traffic, beginning at US 380 and ending at the Sam Rayburn Tollway. The project will include improvements to the John Hickman exit ramp to Gaylord Parkway. Officials with the North Texas Tollway Authority also plan to demolish the existing bridge at Fields Parkway. A new overpass will be constructed in its place, along with a southbound entrance ramp and northbound exit ramp just north of Fields Parkway. The construction is expected to end in late 2025. Work will be primarily in the center median, and drivers “may see work taking place during peak hours,” according to an NTTA spokesperson Mi- chael Rey. The total cost for this project will be nearly $160 million and will be fully funded by reinvested funds from the NTTA, Rey said. Timeline: summer 2022-late 2025 Cost: $160 million Funding sources: NTTA
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5 Lebanon Road widening The city has plans to add a fifth and sixth lane to Lebanon Road from FM 423 to Todd Drive. Six lanes is the final configu- ration for the roadway, according to a city public works report. Design for the project is 30% complete. It has been reviewed, and comments have been returned to the
consultant, the report stated. Timeline: spring-fall (design) Cost: $14 million Funding source: city of Frisco
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