Capital Projects

The Engineering Department has been implementing projects from the 2008-2012 Capital Improvement Program, in the area of public infrastructure (roads, utilities and drainage). The ever-increasing challenges of a thriving and growing community have necessitated improvements in all categories.
  1. ROADS
  2. Utilities
  3. Facilities
  4. Maps & Links
Right Hand Turn Lane

2015 Intersection Improvements


(Right Turn Lanes) 
Project Manager: Kevin Bates

  • Eastbound McDermott at US 75
  • Westbound McDermott at US 75
  • Northbound Greenville at Exchange
Allen Drive / US 75 Interchange

Allen Drive / US 75 Interchange Improvements

 Project is in design phase to investigate options for improvements.
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Alma Drive Improvements


(Hedgcoxe to SH 121) 
Project Manager: Kevin Bates
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FM 1378 / Country Club Road

 
(North of Farmstead Road, Fairview, to south of White Rock Bridge) 

This project has been suspended due to lack of consensus through partner cities of Fairview, Lucas, and Allen. 
  • TxDOT project
  • No formal schedule for construction until construction funding can be established
FM 2551 Angel Parkway

FM 2551 / Angel Parkway 


(Main to southern City Limits)
Project Contact: Chris Flanigan
  • Design being managed by Collin County to widen to 6 lanes
  • Construction not anticipated in 2020
  • No formal schedule for construction until construction funding can be established
Ridgemont Ridgemont Drive
(Greenville to US 75) 
Project Contact: Lindy Higginbotham
  • Construction by developer
  • Road between Greenville and Railroad tracks anticipated to be closed until December 31, 2017
Ridgeview Phase 2

Ridgeview Drive, Phase 2


(Watters to Chelsea)
Project Manager: Lindy Higginbotham
  • Includes 6-lane bridge across Cottonwood Creek
  • Completion anticipated August 2018
Stacy Road

Stacy Road


(Greenville Ave to FM 1378)
Project Contact: Joseph Cotton
  • TxDOT project
  • Anticipated completion Spring 2018
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DART Rail Service 



The City of Allen continues to investigate moving rail transit further north in the US 75 corridor. Learn more about DART in Allen.