Road Projects in Collin County

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The latest news is on the road constructions are from Dallas, Collin County area in Plano, McKinney and Frisco area. Dallas business journal, Matt Jones announced that The North Texas Tollway Authority is moving forward on two projects to improve traffic conditions in Collin County.

Collin County’s traffic would improve effectively after the North Texas Tollway projects in Frisco and Plano, the authority plans to start placing 300-foot steel beams to build the new Sam Rayburn Tollway-Dallas North Tollway section.

Authority spokesman Michael Rey announced that the budget for the five-level intersection is $80 million. The project began in February 2010 and is scheduled for finalizing in January 2012.

The North Texas Tollway Authority has released a new direct-connecting ramp at the Sam Rayburn Tollway and U.S. Highway 75 intersection in McKinney area. The new ramp connects southwest-bound tollway lanes to southbound U.S. 75 highway main lanes directly.

North Texas Tollway Authority spokesman Rey mentioned that the new ramp makes up $14 million of the interchange project’s total cost of $220 million. The project began in December 2008 and the authority hopes to open the final direct connector ramp this month.

Most of the Collin county residents in Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen, Prosper and North Dallas will be thankful the resolution of the traffic problem by having new intersections by the North Texas tollway Authority which is planning to improve traffic jam in addition to have better traffic flow. Collin county residents are excited to see the completion of other intersections in the area like 121 highways to Dallas North Tollway.

The city of Plano, Frisco and McKinney wins many awards every year from being the best cities to safest cities which shows the bright future of North Dallas areas.  All these positive additions will help North Dallas cities to improve more economically and socially and become better options for future residents who are planning to relocate in Dallas, TX area.

Having new job opportunities and better school options will improve Dallas Real Estate in addition to surrounding cities like Plano Real Estate, Frisco homes for Sale, McKinney Homes, Carrollton homes for lease, Allen homes for sale and many others.

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