Irving’s Road to the Future project continues on its way to Phase Two

Irving’s “Road to the Future: $100 Million in 5 Years” program is now in its fifth year as city leaders plan the next phase of an ambitious interdepartmental program.

Launched in 2017, the Road to the Future program is an ongoing effort to proactively rehabilitate, rebuild, and maintain 1,440 miles of Irving streets. The project is a collaborative effort between the Capital Improvement Program, Traffic and Transportation, and water utility departments to rebuild and rehabilitate piers, docks, and gutters. for the replacement of paving, water and sewage lines and lines; Rehabilitation of neighborhood streets and lanes.

City leadership is looking forward to the next phase of the project, which will run from 2023 to 2027. Several major construction projects across Irving are included in the list. The first is Esters Road, which is currently in the early design phase from State Highway 183 to Rochelle Road. Construction on Esters is expected to begin in fiscal year 2024. In addition, the city will begin design work on three portions of Valley View Lane from Rochelle Road to Belt Line Road only. These design work will also be included on Rochelle Road from Valley View Lane to Andalusia Boulevard including a new bridge over Estelle Creek.

With the first phase of the Road to the Future project approaching five years, below are the projects that have been completed, currently under construction or under design.

complete

  • Hawthorne and Abelia Streets: $2.9 million – Paving, drainage, and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
  • Drayton Court: $400,000 – Retention of improvements to walls, sidewalks, and sidewalks.
  • Las Colinas Boulevard Phase 3 (Brazos Drive to Lake Carolyn Parkway): $7.3 million – Paving, drainage, and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
  • Glenmore and Shepherd Streets: Sixth Street to Irving Street.

continuous construction

  • Hard Rock and Pioneer: $9.9 million – Paving, drainage and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
    • Completion is scheduled for September 2023.
  • Regent Boulevard (Kinwest Parkway to Belt Line Road): $7.6 million – Paving improvements, including sidewalks.
    • The project is scheduled for completion in February 2024.

under design

  • Delaware Street, Carroll Avenue, and Delaware/Carroll Connector: $4.9 million – Paving, drainage, and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
    • It is estimated that construction will begin after the municipal sewage facility project, the first phase and the second storm pipeline have been completed.
  • Lindy Lane Phase One (Ballywood Road to Irving Heights): $2.3 million – Paving, drainage, and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
  • Cedar Drive: $1.2 million – Paving, drainage and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.
    • It is estimated that construction will begin after the municipal sewage facility project, the first phase and the second storm pipeline have been completed.
  • Chamberlain Street (Nursery Road to Pale Wood Road): $3.1 million – Paving, drainage, and utility improvements, plus sidewalks.
  • Esters Road (Twin Falls Street to Rochelle Road): $6.7 million – Paving, drainage and utility improvements, as well as sidewalks.

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