Lewisville’s Main and Mill corridor project to cause intermittent lane closures in next few months

Large, overhead banner poles will be installed on Mill Street, and traffic signals will be worked on at the intersections of Mill and Main; Mill and Church; and Mill and Purnell. (Tobi Carter/Community Impact Newspaper)

Lewisville’s Main and Mill Street project has substantially completed all of its paving work, according to city traffic engineers.

In the next few months, landscaping work will take place on both streets, as will the installation of pedestrian features and walls at the corners of Main and Mill streets. Bike lanes, pavement markings and traffic signage will also be added.

Large, overhead banner poles will be installed on Mill Street, and traffic signals will be worked on at the intersections of Mill and Main; Mill and Church; and Mill and Purnell.

Intermittent lane closures are expected on Main Street as well as on Mill Street, and there will be intermittent lane closures at intersections in August and September.

Timeline: October 2019-December 2020

Cost: $8.53 million

Funding sources: city of Lewisville, North Central Texas Council of Governments



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