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Current Road Projects

The City of Colleyville plans and manages several infrastructure projects across the city. This webpage serves as a one-stop-shop for a look at current and upcoming infrastructure projects along with the latest updates. To receive text alerts on projects and emergencies that may impact traffic text ROADS to 48421.

CIP Timeline

CIP Project Map

The map was updated on July 28 to reflect the rescheduling of John McCain Road maintenance. This rescheduling will allow for a proper detour for Pleasant Run Road improvements.

January 19, 2018

Bedford Road Retaining Wall

The City has found a contractor to stain the wall. That work should begin in the spring.

Glade Road
While this project has been complete to the driving public since last year, the contractor still has some work remaining. An inspection requires the removal and replacement of a sidewalk ramp at the southwest corner of Bransford for ADA compliance. Not only did this job meet and exceed the deadlines with the school, the City also saved enough money to create a pocket park on the northwest corner of Bransford.

Crews will resurface Glade Road from Bedford Road to Bluebonnet Road on Saturday, Jan. 20. This project should take one day and although this section will be closed to through traffic, businesses in the area will still have access.

Glade Road Pocket Park


Pleasant Run Road
Northbound traffic only from L.D. Lockett Road to John McCain Road. Southbound traffic should detour from John McCain to SH26 or John McCain to Westcoat Drive.

The contractor will be pouring concrete and asphalt this week on the roadway. Work will also include forming the sidewalk.

Pleasant Run Road reconstruction is delayed and may reach substantial completion in May, after a series of issues. The City knows this is a corridor community members use for their daily commute and that this construction has disrupted that traffic. The City apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks motorists for their patience.

City staff presented a project update to City Council at a Jan. 16 worksession. The project consists of rebuilding the road from Shelton Road to John McCain Road with the addition of ribbon curb, sidewalks and trails, upsizing of the existing water line, the addition of sanitary sewer, and improvements to the drainage system along the corridor. The project, which was originally slated for substantial completion in April, is now on schedule a May completion timeline after overcoming a series of hurdles and errors.

Public Works Director Jeremy Hutt identified some of those hurdles including adjustments to the traffic control plan, breaks to the old existing waterline that would flood the construction site, and franchise utility conflicts. One example of a utility conflict was Frontier saying its underground utilities were clear of the construction zone before work began. Once crews began to dig to build the storm drain they came into conflict with Frontier’s underground utilities resulting in interrupted service for residents and delays to the project.

While the project originally had an April completion date, the contractor is requesting additional time due to factors outside of his control. City staff will review any days requested by the contractor. Hutt previewed other possible delays including a waterline installation in Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s right-of-way and other unforeseen delays such as weather.

The City also had to work with the contractor after the asphalt it placed did not meet City standards. The contractor must now remove and replace the asphalt, which will require more time. This work will be done at no cost to the city. City staff remains on-site daily to ensure the product delivered by the contractor meets Colleyville standards.

If this project goes beyond the allotted work days, the contractor could be responsible for liquidated damages. To offset the delays, the contractor will work six days a week for the remainder of the project and is looking at opportunities within the construction schedule to reduce overall project time.

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Pleasant Run

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