Contractors will be on-site at the SH 114 frontage road beginning today, February 21, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to make an emergency repair to a traffic barrier.

Closures include the eastbound SH 114 entrance ramp from Davis Blvd. and the eastbound SH 114 right main lane from Davis Blvd. to Solana Blvd. Please seek alternate routes.
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DPR Construction will be conducting road closures along State Street between SH 114 Frontage Road and the drive to the adjacent parking garage starting today, Wednesday, February 8, 2023, through Friday, March 3, 2023, weather and material delivery permitting. Please drive safely.

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More Sidewalks are coming to Southlake!

The Southlake Mobility Team is back at it again, with plans to install sidewalks along the SH 114 Frontage Road.

This new segment will include 1,130 linear feet of concrete sidewalks along the westbound SH 114 Frontage Road between Blessed Way and Briarwood Drive. This section of sidewalk will allow for continuous connection and provide a pathway to the Gateway Church Southlake Campus.

Construction started on Monday, November 1, and is estimated to be completed by December 2021, weather permitting.

As a result, lane closures will occur intermittently for the duration of the project.


For more updates on the SH 114 Sidewalk Project, please follow the Southlake Mobility Facebook page or sign up for the Mobility e-newsletter.

Preparations for the SH 114 frontage road expansion project are underway. The joint project with TxDOT kicked off in 2018 as an initiative to complete the connection of the SH 114 frontage road from Southlake to Trophy Club.

The eastbound and westbound frontage roads currently end as they approach Dove Road and start back up near Kirkwood Blvd. Extending it will provide commuters a continuous alternate route from Grapevine to Southlake to Trophy Club. This will reduce the need for drivers to re-enter the highway at Dove Road and exit again at Kirkwood Boulevard to continue on the frontage road. As part of this project, the exit and entrance ramps will be reversed to prevent unsafe merging behavior on the main lanes of the highway. TxDOT is taking this approach to highway ramps on its facilities statewide.

Earlier this week, contractors began utility relocation between Kirkwood Boulevard and Dove Road and hope to be done in November 2020, weather permitting. The City has requested proposals for the construction of the frontage road and hopes to award this portion of the project in October 2020. The estimated funding the City of Southlake is providing for this project is $3 million.

This Capital Improvement Project is also a part of the Mobility Master Plan, which identifies construction projects and investment opportunities to foster convenient and safe travel through Southlake.

For more CIP updates, please visit the CIP page on the City’s website.

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