- IH 20 at Falcons Lair
- IH 20 Access improvements from W of Haymarket Rd to W of Seagoville Rd
- IH 20 Frontage Roads Improvements
- IH 20 Frontage Roads from SH 161 to FM 1382
- IH 20 from FM 148 to Spur 557
- IH 30 From SH 161 to Belt Line Road
- IH 30 - Cockrell Hill to Westmoreland
- IH 30 at FM 551
- IH 30 from 0.64 miles W of FM 3549 to 0.81 miles E of FM 3549
- IH 30 From Ballpark Way to Sylvan Avenue
- IH 30 From Belt Line Road to MacArthur Boulevard
- IH 30 at John King Boulevard
- IH 30 from SH 205 to Hunt CL
- IH 30 from Bass Pro to Horizon Road
- IH 30W Managed Lanes
- IH 35 from US 380 to FM 3002
- IH 35E from IH 635 to US 380
- IH 35E Widening from US 77 S of Waxahachie to US 77 N of Waxahachie
- IH 35E from 2 miles S of FM 566 to US 77 S of Waxahachie Proposed Widening
- IH 35E From US 77 to Parkerville Road
- IH 35E from FM 2181 to US 380
- I-35E Lowest Stemmons Project
- I-35E/US 67 Project
- IH 35E From State School Rd./Mayhill Rd. (FM 2499) To SL 288
- I-35W Frontage Roads from Eagle Parkway to SH 114
- IH 45 from FM 739 to 15th Street in Corsicana
- I-45 Widening from N Business 45 to south of FM 246
- IH 345 From IH 30 To Spur 366
- IH 635 - Mesquite Section
- IH 635 LBJ East From US 75 to IH 30
- I-635 Express/HOV Lanes From US 75 to I-30
- IH 635 & US 80 Interchange Improvements
- Horseshoe Project
- SM Wright Project
- Project Pegasus
Diversity / CIP
- Key Projects
IH 35E from IH 635 to US 380
In 1998, TxDOT began a comprehensive review and planning study of the IH 35E corridor in Dallas and Denton Counties. For the next 13 years, TxDOT along with communities and stakeholders along this corridor refined the designs and upgrades for this corridor. In 2011 and 2012, TxDOT received environmental clearance for the $4.8 billion infrastructure project. Also during that timeframe, $1 billion in funding was identified for an initial phase of the project with most coming from SH 121 regional toll revenue funds dedicated to Denton County. In accordance with state law, TxDOT and corridor stakeholders held seven public meetings to determine the method and scope of the initial phase (Phase 1) of this project as well as lay the ground work for Phase 2 to complete the remaining elements of the corridor.
On December 13, 2012, the Texas Transportation Commission conditionally awarded Phase 1 of the project to AGL Constructors. AGL Constructors is a Design-Build Joint Venture comprised of several notable design and construction firms including Archer Western Contractors, LLC , Granite Construction Company and Lane Construction Company.
The I-35E project is dedicated to improving mobility along I-35E in a safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally sensitive manner.
The ultimate $4.8 billion project would rebuild the entire 28-mile corridor will require two phases and will provide the travelling public managed lanes with dynamic pricing on managed lanes to keep traffic moving at 50 mph.
The project consists of three segments:
- Segment 1 – south end, I-635 to Bush Turnpike, 5.5 miles
- Segment 2 – middle portion, Bush Turnpike to FM 2181,12.1 miles
- Segment 3 – north end, FM 2181 to US 380, 10.5 miles
Segment 2 received environmental clearance in January 2011; Segment 1 received environmental clearance in December 2011; and Segment 3 received environmental clearance in January 2012.
This section of the I-35 corridor is on the list of Texas’ 100 most congested roadways. Expanding I-35E will reduce congestion that results in lost work time, increased fuel costs and higher price of goods.
Phase 1 improvements include:
- one additional general purpose lane in each direction in Denton County
- two reversible managed lanes from IH 635 to FM 2181
- additional general purpose lanes and frontage roads across Lake Lewisville
Phase 2 will complete all remaining elements of the ultimate environmentally approved schematic not constructed in Phase 1.
Phase 1 construction began October 2013 and is expected to be complete by mid-2017.
Phase 2 construction will be contingent upon fundiing and delivery method to be determined within the next 8 to 10 years.
David Leavell, P.E.