Better roads ahead for drivers in Collin County 

The 2024 Unified Transportation Program was recently approved by the Texas Transportation Commission. The commission will pour $100 billion into road improvements across the state. The program is part of a larger $11 billion investment in Dallas area roads over the next 10 years. 

Collin County will receive $288 million for projects along US 380, a $100 million increase in funding for US 380 and $150 million for Spur 399. 

Other projects in the budget include:

  • $524 million for improvements to I-30 Canyon in Dallas County. 
  • $220 million for work on US 80 in Dallas County. 
  • $163 million for improvements along I-35, I-35E and I-35W in Denton County. 

Funds for development projects, right-of-way acquisition, engineering, construction and maintenance will be covered by a recently announced $142 billion investment in the county’s infrastructure. That investment is expected to reap the economic benefits of $18.8 billion from labor income, business output and job growth. 

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