Guyer High School will have a new traffic pattern when school starts next month, according to a Denton ISD news release.
With the construction of the ninth-grade wing on the southern portion of the school and the new classrooms, labs and collaboration spaces to the north, it was necessary for the district to adjust the traffic pattern around Guyer’s campus, the news release said. Each new addition will have their own secure entry, giving the Guyer campus three secure entrances, including the new main entrance.
Administrators are working with TXDOT and the Denton Police Department to install new traffic signals. One will be installed at Old Alton Road and Teasley Lane before school starts, and the other will be installed at Cedar Creek Lane and Teasley Lane (near entrance to soccer fields) in September. Denton PD will provide an officer to control traffic flow until the light is operating.
Bus service will be provided to students in neighborhoods affected by the loss of sidewalks and walkways south of Ryan Road past Guyer High on Teasley Lane, according to the school district. The changes will ultimately ease congestion on campus, but traffic may be constricted for a bit as everyone adjusts to new traffic within on and around the campus.