Road Construction Updates

The City of Irving works hard to minimize the disruption caused by road construction, and in doing so, wants to keep everyone apprised of construction projects, timelines, and traffic flow. While we apologize for the traffic cones, we also know construction means new and improved infrastructure, as well as community growth. Growth brings in the tax revenue needed to continue offering quality services and maintain Irving resident taxes and fees that are among the lowest in North Texas.

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  1. TxDOT Frontage Road Pavement Repair in Irving

    Starting the first week in August, the Texas Department of Transportation will begin a frontage road mill overlay and pavement repair project on State Highway (SH) 356. Read on...
  2. Balboa Street, at Hildalgo Street

    Beginning Monday, Oct. 7, Balboa Street at its intersection with Hidalgo Street will be temporarily closed 24/7 for wastewater improvements. Read on...
  3. Las Colinas Boulevard Project Phase 3

    Starting Oct. 7 the south half of Las Colinas Boulevard from Brazos Drive to Lake Carolyn Parkway will be closed for underground utility work. During this time, the north half of Las Colinas Boulevard will be available for two-way traffic. Read on...
  4. Oak Meadow Drive Bridge, at Delaware Creek

    Beginning Aug. 8, Oak Meadow Drive will be closed completely at the bridge crossing Delaware Creek through winter 2021. Read on...
  5. Road Closure: Pilgrim Drive

    Pilgrim Drive currently is closed on the west side of Delaware Creek at William Brewster Street to tunnel a new wastewater main under William Brewster. Read on...
  6. Sunnybrook Drive, Cripple Creek Bridges, at Delaware Creek

    Beginning July 15, Sunnybrook Drive will be closed completely at the bridge crossing Delaware Creek, and Cripple Creek Drive will be reduced to one lane at the bridge crossing Delaware Creek. Read on...
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