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Construction Updates - Active Projects
 New Eldorado Parkway Interchange is Open
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has opened the new Eldorado Parkway Interchange, however some work is still needed for the interchange to be fully complete. Drivers will notice the u-turns currently have stop signs but they will soon have dedicated signals. Additional pavement markings, signs, and concrete sidewalks are also needed. In the coming days and weeks, additional lane closures will be required to complete the work. Drivers are encouraged to pay close attention to pavement markings, signs, and signals as they travel through the intersection.

Residents are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the unique operation of this intersection. It is what’s called a Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI). The name refers to the fact that all traffic turning left to/from U.S. 75 will be controlled from a single set of traffic signals located directly atop the bridge. This allows left-turning vehicles to turn simultaneously without crossing. See the video at the right.
 
There will be three different traffic cycles:
  • The first is for Eldorado Parkway through traffic that is not turning.
  • The second is for traffic turning left from U.S. 75 onto Eldorado Parkway.
  • The third is for traffic turning left from Eldorado Parkway onto U.S. 75.
           
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 Active Projects

U.S. 75 Reconstruction - S.H. 121 to White Ave.
 
 U.S. 75 Reconstruction - S.H. 121 to U.S. 380 Details  

U.S. 75 Reconstruction - Wilmeth Rd. to Telephone Rd.
 U.S. 75 Reconstruction Wilmeth Rd. to Telephone Rd. Details
  
Redbud Blvd. Realignment
 
 Redbud Blvd. Realignment  Details
  • Realign the roadway starting at the former Blockbuster site north to intersect with Bloomdale Rd. at Shawnee Dr.
  • Two lanes of the ultimate four-lane roadway are being constructed
  • Existing Redbud Blvd. will tie into new roadway
  • Construction is scheduled to be complete in the fall of 2015.
  • Project Contact - Joshua Cotton, PE, 972-547-7423
   
 
U.S. 380 Access Management Study -            
Coit Rd. to Hardin Blvd.
 US 380 Access Management Study Details            
Project Timeline
  • Fall 2014: Data Gathering
  • Jan. - Feb. 2015: Development of Preliminary Plan
  • Feb. 18, 2015: Review of plan by Development Advocacy Group
  • April 1, 2015: Public Meeting
  • April - May 2015: Present draft plan during City Council Workshop
  • July - August 2015: Review of draft document by public, council and TxDOT
  • September 2015: Request adoption by ordinance during City Council meeting
 
Virginia and Louisiana Street Traffic Calming
 
 Virginia and Louisiana Traffic Calming Details
  • Intersection improvements along Virginia and Louisiana Streets between Graves and College Streets
  • Pedestrian ramps and crosswalks will be reconstructed along Virginia and Louisiana Streets at Graves, Waddill, Bradley and College Streets (a total of 8 intersections)
  • Pavement markings and street signage will also be modified
  • Construction is scheduled to begin June 2015 and be completed by the end of September 2015