TxDOT SH26 Reconstruction Project

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Project Update September 6

Construction activity this week included driveway, retaining wall, and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Thompson Terrance. A traffic switch at Glade Road and SH26 was performed on Wednesday, September 4, and moved motorists to new pavement on Glade, east of SH26. Construction activity also included work in the center section of the roadway from John McCain to Church Street to work on center medians and left turn lanes.  

Project Update August 30

This week, crews performed concrete pavement placement between Glade Road and Thompson Terrace. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians and left turn lanes from John McCain Road to Church Street.

A traffic switch at Glade Road is planned for Wednesday, September 4, to move motorists to new pavement on the east side of SH26.

Project Update August 23

This week, crews performed main lane paving between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians and left turn lanes from John McCain Road to Church Street.

Project Update August 16

This week, crews continued to place asphalt base and rebar between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek in preparation for concrete pavement. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians from John McCain Road to Church Street.

Project Update August 2sh26 work

This week, asphalt base and rebar were placed between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek in preparation for concrete pavement. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits. 
There will be a traffic switch on Wednesday, August 7, to shift northbound traffic to new pavement from Church Street to John McCain. Traffic will also shift to new pavement at the intersections of Church Street and Hall-Johnson Road.

 

TxDOT made a presentation to Colleyville City Council in July with updates to the construction timeline. At the time of the presentation, TxDOT was not able to provide answers to many questions and concerns city council members had regarding the progress being made.

Mayor Richard Newton followed up with a series of questions. TxDOT's response can be found below.

TxDOT July 2019 follow up responses

 

Project Update July 26

Work this week on SH26 included cement stabilization and asphalt base placement between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek, including work at Glade Road and Old Glade Road. There was also driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits.

Project Update July 19

This week, construction activity included work on the east side of SH26 to perform excavation and begin underground storm drainage placement between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek. Driveway, sidewalk and lighting foundation construction was also performed on the east side of SH26 from Pleasant Run Creek to John McCain.   

Project Update July 12

Work continued on the east side of SH26 for excavation, storm drain placement, and sub-grade preparation between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek. On the east side of SH26 from Pleasant Run Creek to John McCain, work included driveway, sidewalk, and lighting foundation construction.   

Project Update July 5

sh26 july 5If you drove between Centerpark and Glade, you saw the next  section of construction. The contractor milled out the existing roadway and drive approaches in this area and is working diligently to place ITS conduit, set signal cabinets, etc.

With the fairly dry forecast, the contractor should make a significant progress in this area, as well as in sidewalk work, signal cabinets, and light foundations.

Project Update June 28

Work this week included driveway, sidewalk, and lighting foundation construction on the east side of SH26 from Pleasant Run Creek to John McCain Road. 

Southbound traffic was switched to new pavement on the west side of SH26 from Centerpark Road to Brown Trail. Northbound traffic was also switched to the west side of SH26 from Centerpark Road to Main Street to complete the last northbound pavement section as part of phase 3.  

Project Update June 21

Work this week includes continued sidewalk placement on both the north and south end of SH26. Concrete paving was performed on the southwest side of Centerpark Drive and conduit and drill shafts for signals were situated.

A traffic switch is planned for Monday, June 24, to shift southbound traffic to new pavement from Centerpark Road to Brown Trail. Another traffic switch is planned for Wednesday, June 26, to shift northbound traffic to the west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Main Street to complete the last northbound pavement section of Phase 3 of the SH26 project.

Centerpark is scheduled to open June 27.

Project Update June 7

The contractor was able to place a substantial amount of sidewalk on both the north and south end of SH26. Cement stabilization was performed on the southwest side of Centerpark and conduit was placed for Intelligent Transportation Systems.

Next week's work includes more hot mix paving on Centerpark, concrete paving on Professional Ct., storm drain placement, and continued sidewalk placement. 

Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 is closed to thru traffic and will reopen on Monday, June 10.

Centerpark is closed to thru traffic on the west side of Colleyville Blvd. through the month of June.

Project Update May 31 

Hot mix asphalt concrete was placed on Thompson Terrace and Professional Ct. Several driveways, blockouts, and sidewalks were placed throughout the project as well. Conduit was installed for signals at major intersections.

Next week you will see more hot mix paving on Thompson Terrace, concrete paving on Professional Ct., storm drain placement, stabilization, and paving on Centerpark, as well as continued placement of sidewalks, blockouts, and driveways. 

Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 is closed to thru traffic to place the tie-in at Main Street. The businesses at the intersection of Thompson Terrace and SH26 are still open and can be accessed by Glade Rd.

Centerpark is closed to thru traffic on the west side of Colleyville Blvd. for 3 weeks beginning May 31.

Project Update May 24 

Work this week includes paving on the northwest side of Centerpark, as well as main lane paving from Centerpark to just south of Glade Rd. The contractor placed curb and gutter as well as the first layer of hot mix on Thompson Terrace. Several driveways, block-outs, and sidewalks were placed throughout the project as well as conduit for signals at major intersections. 

Next week you can expect to see more hot mix paving on Thompson Terrace, concrete paving on Professional Ct., and continued placement of sidewalks, block-outs, and driveways. 

Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 is closed to thru traffic for approximately three weeks to tie-in at Main Street. The businesses at the intersection of Thompson Terrace and SH26 are still open and can be accessed by Glade Rd.

Centerpark will be closed to thru traffic on the west side of Colleyville Blvd. for 3 weeks beginning May 31.

Project Update May 17

Progress has been made this week as the contractors placed main lane paving from Little Bear Creek, to just south of Centerpark. The contractor also placed hot mix on the northwest side of Centerpark. Several driveways, blockouts, and sidewalks were placed throughout the project, as well as conduit for signals at major intersections.

Next week you can expect to see more soil stabilization on Thompson Terrace, north to the newSH26 Progress pavement, as well as concrete paving.

Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 is closed to thru traffic for approximately three weeks to tie-in at Main Street. The businesses at the intersection of Thompson Terrace and SH26 are still open and can be accessed by Glade Rd.

Project Update May 3

The contractor placed main lane paving from Little Bear Creek, to just south of Centerpark. The contractor also cement stabilized the north west side of Centerpark, as well as the main lanes from Centerpark to the Sonic entrance. Several driveways, blockouts, and sidewalk were placed throughout the project, as well as conduit for signals at major intersections. 

Next week, expect to see more soil stabilization from Centerpark north to new pavement as well as hot mix placement and concrete paving. Thompson Terrace will be closed at SH26 starting Monday, May 13, and is scheduled to be closed for three weeks. The businesses will still be open. The intersection of Centerpark is scheduled to be closed Thursday, May 16 and Friday, May 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to place concrete paving on the north west side of Centerpark.

Thompson Terrace Road at SH 26 is planned to be closed Monday, May 13 for three weeks to tie-in at Main Street.

Project Update May 3

The contractor placed hot mix from the Little Bear Creek bridge to Centerpark Drive. There was driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 from Pleasant Run Creek to John McCain Road and stamped concrete placement at various cross walk locations. Concrete was placed at several driveways and blockouts in the main lane paving, as well as inlet construction. 

SH26Next week you can expect to see more soil stabilization, hot mix placement, and concrete paving. There will also be placement of more driveways on the east side of the project from Hall Johnson Road to Thompson Terrace. 

Due to the amount of rain we have received this week, the Thompson Terrace Road closure at SH26 is being postponed. The road will now be closed starting Monday, May 13 and last for approximately three weeks to finalize the tie-in at Main Street.

Project Update April 26

This week, the contractor was able to pave the northern half of Bransford Road and perform cement stabilization from Bransford Road to just north of Centerpark Drive. The contractor also completed storm drain placement in the Centerpark Drive area. On the east side, the contractor has work on main lane paving block outs, driveway placement, and drill shaft placement.

Next week you can expect to see more soil stabilization near Centerpark Drive, as well as hot mix placement and concrete paving.

Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 will be closed Monday, May 6 for approximately three weeks to finalize the tie-in at Main Street.

Project Update April 19

This week, work included the placement of underground storm drain, concrete paving, inlet placement, as well as driveway and drill shaft placement. Weather has hampered the workers a little, but they will be working on Friday to get back on track. 

Next week you can expect to see more underground drainage being placed on the west side of SH26, north of Centerpark. There will also be soil stabilization, hot mix asphalt placement and concrete paving, and driveway and sidewalk placement throughout the project. 

Project Update April 5 

The contractor placed stamped, colored concrete at Church Street and Professional Court. The placement of 8’x6’ culvert boxes across Centerpark was completed and workers are now placing 48” reinforced concrete pipe. 

Next week you can expect to see more underground drainage being placed near Centerpark Drive as well as more concrete paving of driveways and main lane. An additional contractor is coming in to start installing sidewalk.

Centerpark Drive will by closed Wednesday, April 10 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Project Update March 29

The contractor has placed the 8’ x 6’ box culverts up to Centerpark Drive. Work will cross Centerpark Drive this weekend, March 30-31. The contractor has also placed stamped, colored concrete at Hall-Johnson and Church Street. The paving contractor paved the remaining section of main lane paving from Hall-Johnson to just north of Thompson Terrace. The bridge contractor has replaced the rail of the bridge that had been removed.

Centerpark Drive west of SH26 will be closed on Friday, 3/29 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for construction activity. The road will also be closed over the weekend, starting at 7 a.m. on Saturday. Please use Glade Road as a detour.

Receive a text alert when a road construction project or emergency may impact your commute. Text "ROADS" to 48421.

Next week, you can expect to see more underground drainage being placed near Centerpark Drive as well as more concrete paving of driveways, sidewalks, and main lane.

 

Project Update March 22

This week, crews placed all the storm drain and inlet bottoms in the Bransford Road intersection. The contractor also placed stamped, colored concrete at Hall-Johnson and Church Street. Additional work included main lane paving from Hall-Johnson to Church Street.

Next week you can expect to see more underground drainage being placed between Bransford and Centerpark as well as misc. concrete paving, driveways, sidewalks, and main lane paving.

Project Update March 15

This week, crews placed cement stabilization at Industrial Blvd., placed hot mix asphalt from Hall- Johnson Rd. to Church St., and continued placing 8'x5' box culverts for underground drainage. Crews also tied steel in preparation of placing concrete.

This next week you should see more of the same as the contractor is pushing to reach substantial lane completion.

Project Update March 8

This week, the contractor placed cement stabilization from Hall-Johnson to Church St. Concrete was placed in the northeast section of the Hall-Johnson intersection. Rebar for main lane paving has been placed from Oak Point to Hall-Johnson. Almost all driveways have been replaced starting from Tarrant Ln., moving north to the end of the project.
Next week you can expect to see more concrete paving at various locations as well as hot mix asphalt paving from Hall-Johnson to Church St.

 

Project Update March 1

Progress was made this week by the contractor. Hot mix asphalt was placed at Tarrant Ln. Concrete paving was placed in the block outs and driveways from Oak Pointe to the north end of project. Sidewalk was also placed in this area. Underground storm drain as well as inlet construction was placed between Church St. and Hall- Johnson. Contractors have now moved back to the south end of project to continue placing 8x5 RCB (storm box culverts). The contractor also formed and placed steel on the south half of Industrial Blvd. in preparation of concrete paving.
Next week you can expect to see more concrete paving at Industrial Blvd., Church St., and Hall-Johnson, as well as hot mix asphalt paving from Hall–Johnson to Church St.

 

Project Update February 22

SH 26 is on schedule to have an estimated completion of December 2019. However, landscaping will continue into January and February of 2020.

This week, the contractor placed underground drainage at the Church St. intersection as well as the storm drain inlets. The contractor also worked last Sunday, for minimal impact on businesses and drivers, doing a water tie-in that will now allow them to continue placing box culverts on the northwest side of Little Bear Creek, past Bransford Road and Centerpark Drive. This work will begin on Monday and be complete in mid March.

Project Update February 15lane placement

This week, rain hampered the contractor a bit, but they continue to march forward. Workers placed storm drains, storm drain inlets, and concrete paving at Thompson Terrace, as well as block-outs and driveways between John McCain and Hall-Johnson. They have also started placing steel for concrete paving from Hall Johnson to Church St.

Project Update February 8 

Recent work on SH26 includes the placement of main lane paving from Oak Point to Hall Johnson. The contractor is also placing concrete driveways and block-outs as well as storm drain from Church Street to Hall-Johnson. 

The recently constructed bridge north of the intersection of Brown Trail and SH26 has resulted in some concrete irregularities. Due to these irregularities, the bridge will have to be redone. This reconstruction is necessary to ensure the quality and the integrity of the new bridge that spans over Little Bear Creek is achieved and maintained. There is no word yet in how this will impact the overall construction schedule for SH26.

Project Update January 18

SH26 CrosswalkThe contractor has started placing concrete paving in the block-outs from John McCain, southbound, towards Ross Downs. They have also placed hot-mix asphalt from Oak Pointe Drive to Hall-Johnson. Drainage is being placed between Thompson Terrace and Church St.  as well as street inlets in the same area. Placement work has also started of stamped, colored concrete at Industrial and Tarrant Lane.

 

 

 

 

 

Project Update January 11

The traffic switch on Church St. was completed earlier this week. Please be aware  of the new traffic pattern when driving in that area.
This week, the contractor was able to place hot-mix asphalt from Hardage Lane to Hall-Johnson. They were also able to place storm drains at Hall-Johnson. 

 

Project Update December 21

This week, work on SH26 included cement stabilization and asphalt base placement on east side of SH 26 from Tinker Road south to Hall-Johnson Road. Traffic on Hall-Johnson Road, on the east side of SH26, switched to a new lane configuration on Tuesday. Thompson Terrace Road at SH26 has been re-opened with right-in and right-out access only. 

The contractor will be off from December 22nd thru Jan 2nd for the holidays.

The contractor will perform a traffic switch at Church Street on January 7. 

Project Update December 7main lane pave

This week, work on SH26 included concrete paving at the Hall Johnson and Church Street intersection. The contractor is also doing main lane paving on SH26 from Tennison Parkway, moving south. 

Next week the contractor will continue main lane concrete paving from approximately Ross Downs south to Oak Pointe.

The Contractor plans on swapping traffic at Church Street on December 18 and Hall Johnson on December 13 to have the new configuration in place before Christmas. 

Project Update November 30

This week, work on SH26 included the placement of concrete paving at Hall Johnson Road.

Next week, residents can expect to see concrete paving work from around Tennison Parkway to Oak Point. Contractors will also continue storm drain placement from Oak Pointe Drive.

Thompson Terrace is expected to reopen by the end of next week. The street will only be accessible by right turns from cars driving north on SH26, no left turns will be permitted at this time. 

Project Update November 23

With the short week, the contractor has worked from sun up to sun down. The contractor placed storm drain and storm drain inlets starting at Oak Pointe and moving south.

Residents can expect to see intersection delays as the contractor installs signal lights at various locations on SH26. Colleyville PD will assist and hope to get the traffic flowing in a timely manner. We appreciate your patience during this process.

Project Update November 16

The arctic blast slowed construction down on SH26 this week as work performed must meet weather specifications. The contractor was able to stabilize the sub-grade from Tarrant Lane southbound to Tinker Road. 

Project Update November 9

Contractors have performed concrete paving on the east side of SH26 from John McCain headed south. They have stabilized the sub-grade from Ross Downs to Tarrant Lane, part of the intersection at Tarrant, and the intersection at Hall-Johnson. They are in the process of placing storm drain and storm drain inlets starting at Oak Pointe and moving south.

Residents can expect to see intersection delays next week as the contractor installs signal lights at various locations on SH26. Colleyville PD will assist and hope to get the traffic flowing in a timely manner. We appreciate your patience during this process.

Project Update October 26

The contractors continue to place waterline under SH26 and storm drains at, and around, Tarrant Lane. They are also placing storm drain inlets from John McCain Road up to Ross Downs. The contractor has also performed cement stabilization from John McCain, northbound, to just south of Ross Downs. Next week you can expect to see more cement stabilization at Hall Johnson as well as concrete paving starting at the north end and headed south. 

Project Update October 12

Workers have started excavating and back-filling the southbound bridge approach slab in preparation of concrete placement on Little Bear Creek Bridge. The contractors continue to place waterline under SH26 and storm drain at and around Tarrant Lane.They are also placing storm drain inlets from John McCain Road up to Ross Downs. The contractor has also performed cement stabilization from John McCain, northbound, to just south of Ross Downs.

Next week, we anticipate more cement stabilization being performed towards Tinker as well as hot mix placement from John McCain towards Tinker. Concrete paving will take place on the south end, from Mill Valley southbound and from Mill Valley, north, towards Little Bear Creek Bridge.

Project Update September 21

SH26 Beginning Tuesday, September 25, eastbound traffic on Church Street will be reduced to one lane and westbound traffic will have two lanes. The contractor will remove the existing paving and start with the reconstruction on the south side. The traffic switch on Hall Johnson will take place on Thursday, September 27. The traffic switch will last about eight to twelve weeks.

This week the contractor will do the final concrete pour on the Little Bear Creek bridge. Roadway excavation and embankment continues from Thompson Terrace to the Pleasant Run Creek Box Bridge. The contractor is continuing to place storm drain along the east side of SH26 near Tarrant Lane and is also boring the new waterline at Bransford Road.

 

Project Update September 7SH26 September 7

Concrete placement is underway on the west side of SH26 south of the Little Bear Creek bridge as well as asphalt/concrete removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes on the east side of SH26 from Pleasant Run to Tinker Road. Storm drains are being installed on the east side of the project near Ross Downs Drive. The intersections of Tarrant Lane, Industrial Blvd., and Professional Ct. will also be widened with temporary Hot Mixed Asphalt Concrete (HMAC) as the contractors begin work on these intersections.

 

Project Update August 24

This week, contractors are working on the foundation of the Pleasant Run Creek Bridge. Roadway excavation and embankment is also being performed from Hall Johnson to Main Street. The contractor is also placing storm drains along the east side of SH26 from Tennison going south. You can also expect to see concrete paving at the intersection of Oak Pointe. We also expect boring to begin at Bransford for a new waterline installation. 

 

Project Update August 17

Work continued on the concrete crosswalk placement on the west side of SH26 near Mill Valley Road as well as concrete placement on the west side of SH26 near Little Bear Creek bridge. Asphalt and concrete removal of the old northbound lanes has taken place from Pleasant Run to Tinker Road.

Grapevine/Colleyville School District starts back to school on Monday, August 20. Plan ahead
and provide enough time to get to your destinations safely and on time. Various lane closures
throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH26
could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of
upcoming daily lane closures.

 

Project Update August 10

Construction crews will be busy this week with concrete crosswalk placement on the west side of SH26 near Mill Valley Road, concrete placement on the west side near Little Bear Creek bridge, asphalt/concrete removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes from Pleasant Run to Tinker Road, and stabilization and asphalt placement on the east side of SH26 near Oak Pointe Drive.  

Various lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures. 

Thompson Terrace is closed to thru traffic. The detour route is Glade Rd to SH26 or Old Glade Rd to SH 26. Businesses will still be accessible.  

Project Update August 3

SH 26 UpdateConstruction activity this week will include concrete crosswalk placement on the west side of SH26 near Mill Valley Road, substructure work on the west side at the Little Bear Creek bridge, asphalt/concrete removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes from Pleasant Run to John McCain Road, and stabilization and asphalt placement on the east side of SH 26 near Tinker Road/Oak Pointe Drive.  

The southbound outside lane from south of Centerpark Drive to Brown Trail will be closed on Monday, August 6 and Tuesday, August 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day for beam setting operations related to the Little Bear Creek Bridge construction.  

Other lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures. 

This week the contractor began concrete paving at Mill Valley. There is still a substantial amount of paving to be performed including stamped and colored crosswalks, inlets, etc. The contractor is also placing box culverts at Oak Pointe and cutting grade on the north end of the project.

Project Update July 30

Starting Monday, July 30, construction activity on SH26 will include concrete placement on the west side near Mill Valley Road, substructure work and rock riprap placement on the west side at the Little Bear Creek bridge, asphalt removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes from Pleasant Run to John McCain Road, and storm drain work on the east side of SH26 near Tinker Road and Oak Pointe Drive.  
 
Lane closures are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and SH26 could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures. 

 

Project Update July 25

SH26 Project

The City of Colleyville, the Colleyville Chamber of Commerce, and other Colleyville non-profits have joined forces and will be hosting an informational presentation regarding the final stages of the SH26 Project. The purpose of the partnership between the City and the other groups is to help support local businesses during the SH26 Project. All Colleyville business owners and general managers are invited.

The informational meeting will be hosted by the CEO Organization and will take place on Thursday, August 9, at 7:15 a.m at the Colleyville Center 5301 Riverwalk Drive. Those interested must RSVP to info@colleyvillechamber.org by Monday, August 6.

Project Update July 19

SH26

 SH26

Beginning Monday, July 23, crews will make north bound traffic one lane from just south of Main St. to Hall Johnson Road. This is so the contractor can begin cutting and excavating the new temporary driveways to businesses and neighborhoods. This work is expected to last 2-3 days. Expect delays during this time frame.

Upon completion of the excavation driveways in the middle section, the contractor will then place all northbound traffic on the west side of SH 26 and start on Phase 3 of the widening project from Hall Johnson Road to Tinker Road.

On the SH26 project, construction activity will include substructure work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek Bridge and asphalt removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes from Hall-Johnson Road to John McCain Road.  The northbound inside lane from south of Main Street to Hall-Johnson Road is planned to be closed beginning Monday, July 23 through Wednesday, July 25 to allow for temporary ramp construction at side streets and driveways.  On Wednesday, July 25, a traffic switch is planned in this section to move northbound traffic to the west side of SH 26 to allow for construction activity to begin on the east side of SH 26 (see exhibit).  Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.  For project information and to stay informed, sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:  www.colleyville.com/residents/txdot-sh26-reconstruction-project/sign-up-for-email-and-text-updates

Project Update July 13

SH26 Project

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Beginning Monday, July 16, crews will make northbound traffic one lane from just south of Hall Johnson Road to Tinker Road. This is so the contractor can begin cutting and excavating the new temporary driveways to businesses and neighborhoods. This work is expected to last 2-3 days. Expect delays during this time frame.

Upon completion of the excavation of driveways in the middle section, the contractor will then place all northbound traffic in this section on the west side of SH 26 and start on Phase 3 of the widening project from Hall Johnson to Tinker.

On the SH26 project, construction activity will include substructure work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek bridge and asphalt removal and excavation of the old northbound lanes from Tinker Road to John McCain Road.  The northbound inside lane from just south of Hall-Johnson Road to Tinker Road is planned to be closed beginning Monday, July 16 through Wednesday, July 18 to allow for temporary ramp construction at side streets and driveways.  On Wednesday, July 18, a traffic switch is planned in this section to move northbound traffic to the west side of SH 26 to allow for construction activity to begin on the east side of SH 26 (see exhibit).  Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.  For project information and to stay informed, sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:  www.colleyville.com/residents/txdot-sh26-reconstruction-project/sign-up-for-email-and-text-updates

Project Update July 2

 

Beginning Monday, July 9th, SH26 will be ONE LANE traffic northbound from Tinker to John McCain to excavate for new temporary driveways to businesses and neighborhoods. It is estimated that this work will take two to three days to complete. Residents should expect delays.

Upon completion of the excavations, crews will place all northbound traffic on the west side of SH26 and start on Phase 3 of the widening project from John McCain to Tinker.

On the SH26 project, phase 2 construction activity will include asphalt underlayment placement as well as concrete paving at the Mill Valley intersection and substructure work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek bridge. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.  For project information and to stay informed, sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:  www.colleyville.com/residents/txdot-sh26-reconstruction-project/sign-up-for-email-and-text-updates

 

Project Update June 20

The City will be hosting an open house for business owners and residents regarding updates on the transition to Phase III of the SH26 Project.

With the exception of repairs, work on Phase II has been completed ahead of schedule. As a result of this, work on Phase III will start earlier than initially planned and the overall project will be completed sooner than originally proposed. 

The open house is on Wednesday, June 27 from 5 - 7 p.m. at the Colleyville Center, located at 5301 Riverwalk Drive. 

City staff and TxDOT officials will be present to answer questions and review project details. 

SH26 Project

 

Project Update June 14

SH26 Project

The Hall-Johnson Road crossover is planned to be closed on Monday, June 18, for approximately one week. Use Church Road and Tinker Road for alternative turn movements (see Hall-Johnson Road exhibit). 

On the SH26 project, phase 2 activity includes excavation and storm drain work on the west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Centerpark Drive and drill shaft work on the west side of Little Bear Creek bridge. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.  For project information and to stay informed, sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to: www.colleyville.com/residents/txdot-sh26-reconstruction-project/sign-up-for-email-and-text-updates

Project Update June 7

 

Sh26 Tinker Mill Valley Drive at SH26 is planned to be closed on Friday, June 8, for an extended period of time for construction activity, use Antwerp Drive as alternate route (see Mill Valley detour exhibit).

The Tinker Road crossover is planned to be closed on Monday, June 11, for approximately one week for construction activity, use Hall-Johnson Road and John McCain Road for alternate turn movements.

On the SH26 project, phase 2 construction activity includes possible installation of miscellaneous sidewalk construction on west side of SH26, excavation and storm drain work on west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Centerpark Drive and work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek bridge. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times.  Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.  For project information and to stay informed, sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:  www.colleyville.com/sh26reconstruction.html

Project Update June 1

SH26 Glade Road Closure June 2018

The Glade Road crossover is planned to be closed on Monday, June 4, for approximately one week for construction activity, use Centerpark Drive and Main Street for alternate turn movements.

Throughout the rest of the project, construction activity includes the possible installation of miscellaneous sidewalk construction on west side of SH26, excavation and storm drain work on west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Centerpark Drive and work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek bridge. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH26 could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures. 

Project Update May 25

On the SH26 project, Phase 2 construction activity from Centerpark Drive to John McCain Road will include continued asphalt base placement and concrete paving in the center median area. 

Throughout the rest of the project, construction activity includes the possible installation of miscellaneous sidewalk construction on west side of SH26, pavement work at Hardage Lane and Tennison Parkway median openings, excavation and storm drain work on west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Centerpark Drive and work on the west side of the Little Bear Creek bridge. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH26 could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures. 

Project Update May 18

SH26 Church The Church Street crossover is planned to be closed on Monday, May 21, for approximately one week for construction activity, use Main Street and Hall-Johnson Road for alternate turn movements (see Church Road exhibit). Phase 2 construction activity from Centerpark Drive to John McCain Road will include continued asphalt base placement and concrete paving in the center median area. Throughout the rest of the project, construction activity will include possible installation of miscellaneous sidewalk construction on the west side of SH26 and excavation and storm drain work on west side of SH26 from Brown Trail to Centerpark Drive. Lane closures throughout the project limits are possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (weather permitting), and SH 26 could be reduced to one lane at times. Message boards are posted advising motorists of upcoming daily lane closures.
SH26 Progress
This week, crews continued to place asphalt base and rebar between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek in preparation for concrete pavement. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians from John McCain Road to Church Street.
This week, crews continued to place asphalt base and rebar between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek in preparation for concrete pavement. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians from John McCain Road to Church Street.
This week, crews continued to place asphalt base and rebar between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Creek in preparation for concrete pavement. Other work included driveway and sidewalk construction on the east side of SH26 throughout the project limits and work on center medians from John McCain Road to Church Street.

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