Commissioner Mike Cantrell
District 2
City of Garland

Pleasant Valley Road
(City of Garland)
Last updated Summer 2014

Section 1 - Dallas County is leading the project for the section from Firewheel Parkway to Richfield. This is estimated to cost $7,560,000 with the County contributing $3,780,000 and the City contributing the other $3,750,000. Construction began in the Spring of 2013, and is estimated to be complete by Summer 2014.

Pleasant Valley Section 1 Before
SECTION 1 – BEFORE

Pleasant Valley Section 1 Halfway
SECTION 1 - HALF COMPLETE

Section 2 – The City of Garland is leading the project from Richfield to Miles which includes the bridge. They have planned for a 4 lane divided roadway and new bridge for a cost of $26,850,000. Dallas County and the City of Garland will each provide $2,685,000 and the remainder of the project will be funded by the Regional Transportation Council with toll revenues in the amount of $25,165,000. The City of Garland is expected to start construction sometime in 2014, with an estimated completion in late 2015.

Miller Road (Bridge) – Garland City Limit to Rowlett City Limit

(Cities of Garland and Rowlett)

Last Updated January 2014

 

Lead Agency:

Dallas County

 

Description:

Construct a 4 lane divided concrete roadway and bridge to replace existing 2 lane asphalt roadway and two small bridges. The road will mirror improvements done on each side in Rowlett and Garland. The bridge will also provide pedestrian/bike sidewalks on the outer edges.

 

Cost & Funding:

Total cost is $12.4 million with Dallas County contributing $1.2 million, the cities of Garland & Rowlett contributing $622,000 each and the remaining to be funded by RTC and Regional Toll Revenue in the amount of $8,329,692.

 

Current Status:

Construction will begin this February with an anticipated completion date of Spring/Summer 2016.

Brand Road
(City of Garland)
Last updated Summer 2014

Lead Agency:
Dallas County

Description:
Brand Road – SH190 to Campbell Road – reconstruct and widen from 2 to 3 lanes with a continuous left turn lane (could be revised to a 4 lane divided at a later time). Project will include 2 6 foot bike lanes and will improve the connection to SH190 and provided improved access from Collin County. Cost of this section is $11,300,000 with the County providing $2,820,000 in 2018 and $2,820,000 in 2019, and the City contributing $5,640,000.

Brand Road – Campbell Road to the Dallas County / Collin County line – Reconstruct and widen from 2 to 3 lanes with a continuous left turn lane (could be revised to a 4 lane divided at a later time). Project will include 2 6 foot bike lanes and will improve the connection to SH190 and provided improved access from Collin County. Cost of this section is $2,280,000 with Dallas County and the City of Garland each contributing $1,440,000. This project is scheduled for the year 2020.

Brand Road – Bellaire to Naaman Forest Road – Funding at this time is strictly for a traffic study and conceptual design feasibility study. Funding in the amount of $1,000,000 to be shared by Dallas County and the City of Garland and the study is likely to begin in 2016.

Brand Road – Beltline to Bellaire - – Funding at this time is strictly for a traffic study and conceptual design feasibility study. Funding in the amount of $1,000,000 to be shared by Dallas County and the City of Garland and the study is likely to begin in 2016.

Naaman Forest Road
(City of Garland)
Last updated Summer 2014

Lead Agency:
Dallas County

Description:
Reconstruct and widen the road from 2 to 3 lanes with a continuous left turn lane from Naaman Forest Road (at the Brand intersection) to SH78. There is a proposed shared bike lane with the 2 outside lanes but that could change with multimodal travel patterns. The multimodal plan could provide access to the high school and the Culwell Special Events Center.

Cost and Funding:
The cost of the project is $8,920,000. A study will be performed in the year 2016, with construction anticipated for the year 2020. The County and City will share the cost, with Dallas Country contributing $1,000,000 in 2016 and another $3,400,000 in 2020.

Current Status:
A study is planned for 2016 with an anticipated construction year of 2020.


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