Construction Detour To Begin for Broad Street at SH 360
By Office of Communication
Posted on May 19, 2016, May 19, 2016

Construction Detour

Weather permitting, construction is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 6, on the Broad Street intersection at SH 360 as part of the SH 360 South Project.

To allow for construction of the new crossover bridge, crossover access at Broad Street will be closed at SH 360. Traffic will be detoured directly north and south of the current crossover to the newly constructed detour turnarounds, allowing traffic to continue in either direction on SH 360 from the intersection.

Construction of the new bridge is expected to take six to nine months to complete. Once construction of the new crossover bridge is complete, construction of the new SH 360 mainlanes can take place without interfering with the intersection traffic.


Motorists on westbound Broad Street heading to southbound SH 360 or continuing westbound on Broad Street will make a right turn onto the northbound SH 360 frontage road, turn left onto Holland Road and left again at the signalized intersection of, onto the southbound SH 360 frontage road. Drivers can then continue on southbound SH 360 or turn right onto Broad Street.


Motorists on eastbound Broad Street heading to northbound SH 360 or continuing eastbound on Broad Street will make a right turn, exit left onto the detour and enter back onto the northbound SH 360 frontage road. Drivers will have a signalized intersection and can either continue on northbound SH 360 or turn right onto Broad Street.

For the most up-to-date information about the project, construction updates and lane closures, visit the project website at, register for e-mail alerts, or follow the project on Facebook and Twitter.

About the SH 360 South Project

The SH 360 South Project is a $330 million design-build construction project in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) and the North Central Texas Council of Governments and local cities and counties to improve mobility, enhance safety and connect communities. Once complete, the toll road will be operated by NTTA.

Beginning in fall 2015, the 9.7-mile project will stretch from Green Oaks Boulevard to US 287. The project will provide through lanes that will improve mobility throughout the rapidly developing corridor in addition to improving traffic flow for local businesses and residents along the SH 360 frontage roads. Construction is anticipated to be complete in late 2017. Construction management for the design-build project is led by the Lane | Abrams Joint Venture.

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