Saturday, May 25, 2024

TxDOT seeks input on proposed $80 million Hwy 377 expansion

The Texas Department of Transportation held a public meeting Thursday night at Byron Nelson High School in Trophy Club to share details and solicit feedback about a proposed project that would widen 3.4 miles of heavily-travelled Hwy 377 from just south of FM 1171 in Flower Mound to Hwy 114 in Roanoke.

TxDOT proposes to widen Hwy 377 from two lanes to a four-lane divided highway with a bicycle/pedestrian shared use path. The proposed $80 million project would require about 6 acres of additional right-of-way and may be complete by 2029.

Residents can view the meeting materials and provide feedback through May 26 at keepitmovingdallas.com/us377roanoke.

This would be the final piece of the project to widen the Hwy 377 corridor from Denton to Roanoke. The project that will expand the 6-mile stretch of Hwy 377 from Crawford Road in Argyle to just south of FM 1171 is expected to begin soon.

CTG Staff
CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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