Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Partial Intersection Closure Coming for N. White Chapel and Highland April 22

There’s been a lot of activity in the area of N. White Chapel and Highland, and it’s about to get even more active. In order for the new roundabout to really start taking shape, crews will be closing the east leg of the Highland Street and N. White Chapel intersection.

Weather permitting; the closure will start after the morning rush on Monday, April 22 and will include approximately 500 feet of E. Highland leading up to N. White Chapel. Much like the closure there in February, vehicles will not be able to turn east onto Highland from N. White Chapel or cross the intersection as they drive west. Vehicles coming from the west (from Peytonville or Shady Oaks) will be diverted north or south on N. White Chapel. Vehicles will still be able to turn west onto Highland from N. White Chapel or continue north and south on N. White Chapel.

This closure is expected to last about a month and a half. Once completed, this leg will then be reopened to northbound traffic only. One significant difference with this closure is that access to New Day Church will be impacted. A new entrance for the church is being constructed on N. White Chapel.

“We’d like to encourage drivers to seek alternate routes and try and avoid the intersection while the work is being completed,” notes City Engineer and Deputy Director of Public Works Kyle Hogue. “We are expecting significant delays during the morning and afternoon rush periods, so finding an alternate route might add distance to your trip, but could end up saving you time in the end. Safety is our number one priority, and the extra congestion in construction zones always calls for you to be more aware of your surroundings. If you do have to drive through the intersection, take your time and follow the posted speed limit. We want everyone to get to where they need to be, that includes our crews making it home at the end of the day.”

As with the February closure, City staff will work with contractors to monitor traffic through this intersection during construction. Feedback from residents and motorists can be helpful in making traffic adjustments. If there are problems or concerns we’d like to hear from you. There are several ways to reach out to us. The Southlake Mobility Facebook page is a great and easy-to-access resource, or you can contact us through the Connect Southlake website.

In anticipation of this closure, crews have been busy working on the new roadway surrounding the intersection. They have been making great progress on the southbound lanes with subgrade preparation (creating a level surface for the new roadway) and hope to start paving soon.

Interested in more progress updates? Visit www.ConnectSouthlake.com, sign up for the mobility e-newsletter and the Southlake Mobility Facebook page.

Section of Highland Street and N. White Chapel Boulevard intersection to be closed temporarily

As crews continue to make progress on the N. White Chapel widening project, they will temporarily close the east leg of the Highland St. and N. White Chapel intersection.

Weather permitting, the closure will start after the morning traffic peak on Monday, February 11 and is expected to last until Friday, February 15.

The City’s contractor will be lowering the existing 20-inch water main currently located under N. White Chapel. As illustrated in the map, vehicles will not be able to turn east onto Highland from N. White Chapel or cross the intersection as they drive west. Vehicles can still turn west onto Highland or continue on N. White Chapel.  Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes and try to avoid the intersection while work is being completed.

This work will continue to move the project along to a completed roundabout in the spring.

City staff is also working with contractors to monitor and adjust signal timing at the SH 114 and N. White Chapel intersection so that traffic is allowed more time to get through the Highland and N. White Chapel intersection.

“As we continue to make progress on this project it puts us one step closer to overall improved mobility along this corridor,” notes Deputy Director of Public Works and City Engineer Kyle Hogue. “Even though construction projects can be frustrating for drivers, we really appreciate the feedback we’ve received along the way. Letting us know when situations get better or worse helps us address concerns as they arise and do what we can to make improvements. Please keep talking to us. Reaching out through our Mobility Facebook page or the website is a great way to get in touch with us.”

For more information about the project, visit the project page on the City website.  Stay in the loop on project updates by following Southlake Mobility on Facebook.

More Road Closures on Brumlow Avenue Starting Saturday, August 18

UPDATE 8/14/2018 – Due to the rainy weather, the scheduled closing of the TexRail crossing on Brumlow Avenue is now planned for 8/18/2018 weather permitting.

Drivers should try and avoid Brumlow Avenue during the day Saturday, August 18. TexRail has advised the City of full northbound lane closures for concrete sealing and striping operations. The closure is expected to take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The southbound lanes will remain open during this operation.

On Monday, August 20 and Tuesday, August 21 (new dates) there will be alternating closures of the southbound lanes for same operations however through traffic will be maintained.

Visit the TEXRail Construction website for any updates: http://www.texrail.com/status/construction-updates/

Aug 11 Brumlow Closure

Lane Closures on Brumlow Avenue Starting Week of June 11

TEXRail has announced lane closures on Brumlow Avenue starting the week of June 11, 2018 in preparation for the installation of the rail crossing, utility and paving improvements near the intersection of SH 26.

These Phase 1 lane closures include the northbound left land and southbound double left lane closures on Brumlow, as well as a single left turn lane closure on SH 26. See the map below for more details.

Brumlow Map for MSN

Two-way traffic will be maintained during Phase 1, which is expected to last through June 25, 2018. More information about Phase 2 will be shared as it nears. Phase 2 will require a complete closure of Blumlow Ave. for approximately three weeks.

Visit the TEXRail Construction website for any updates: http://www.texrail.com/status/construction-updates/

N. White Chapel Road Closure Saturday, June 2

Getting to SH 114 from N. White Chapel will be a little complicated on Saturday, June 2. City contractors will be closing N. White Chapel between Highland and SH 114 during daylight hours; this will be approximately from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

All lanes of this section of N. White Chapel need to be closed for the contractor to safely install a sanitary sewer crossing. The intersection of Highland and N. White Chapel will not be impacted during the closure. Message boards will be in place to help remind motorists of the road closure days leading up to the closure and on Saturday.

See the map below to view the closed section of road.

June 2 N. White Chapel Closure Map

Stay up-to-date with this project by following the new Southlake Mobility page on Facebook, signing up for the mobility email list, and checking out the project webpage.

Orange Barrel Alert – True Love Trail Closed for Sewer Line Work

True Love Trail Closed to Through Traffic

True Love Trail Closed to Through Traffic

Beginning Wednesday, February 24, 2016, Public Works Operations Sewer crews will be making repairs on the sewer service for 605 True Love Trail.

In order to work on the line, which is located in the center of the road, True Love Trail will be closed to through traffic from 8:00am February 24th until 8:00am Friday, February 26, 2016. Residents will have access to their driveways and mailboxes during the work.

Motorists should be aware of this closure and, if you do not live on True Love Trail, please seek alternate routes.

For questions, please contact Public Works Operations at 817-748-8199.


UPDATED: Orange Barrel Alert – Pearson Lane Road Construction

UPDATE 12/17/2013: Due to the inclement weather experienced from 12/5/13 through 12/13/13 the Pearson Ln. road construction project has been delayed. The new completion date is scheduled for January 10th, 2014.


Starting Monday, December 2nd, Southlake Public Works staff will begin road construction on Pearson Lane. The construction zone stretches from Johnson Road north to Florence Road. Construction hours are from 7:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. daily.

Pearson Lane will remain open to through traffic during these hours but delays should be anticipated, when possible please seek alternate routes.   Weather permitting, construction is scheduled to be complete December 20th, 2013.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Public Works Operations at (817) 748- 8082.

DFW Connector: Bridge Opening and Weekend Work

Nearly eight months after a third-party incident, NorthGate Constructors will open the new east side of Texan Trail bridge to the public this weekend. In addition, crews will continue bridge demolition north of DFW Airport and set bridge beams over SH 26.

First, crews will open the new east side of Texan Trail bridge beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21. Moving traffic to this new construction, slated to end at 6 a.m. on Sept. 24, will allow four lanes of traffic on the new bridge – one dedicated straight lane and one dedicated left-turn lane in each direction. NorthGate will need the following closures in order to facilitate the bridge opening:

Second, after accommodating Grapevine’s annual GrapeFest festival last weekend, NorthGate demolition crews will be back to work this weekend, starting Friday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. until Monday, Sept. 24 at 6 a.m. Crews will need the following closures to complete demolition on the old westbound SH 114 off-ramp to southbound International Parkway/DFW Airport:

Finally, NorthGate will set girders, or horizontal bridge beams, on the new eastbound SH 114 mainlane bridge over SH 26 this weekend. This piece of work will require the following:

  • Full highway closure on north and southbound SH 26 at SH 114. Click here to see a detour map.
  • Associated closure: Eastbound SH 114 frontage road east of FM 1709/Southlake Boulevard (U-turn).

The $1.1 billion DFW Connector project is currently one year ahead of schedule, with a completion date of mid-summer 2013. The project is being built under a comprehensive development agreement (CDA) between the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and NorthGate Constructors.

For more information about the DFW Connector project, including all current and upcoming lane closures, visit www.dfwconnector.com, or call the toll-free hotline at 877-411-4212. The DFW Connector can also be found on Twitter (@DFWConnector) and Facebook (DFW Connector Project), and has mobile app on both the iPhone and Android markets