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Posted on: May 3, 2018

Innovative Partnership to Improve Connectivity in Frisco’s ‘North Platinum Corridor’

(May 3, 2018) A new public-private partnership is shifting Frisco mobility solutions into high gear.

Already recognized as a national leader in innovative traffic solutions, the City of Frisco is partnering with the Denton County Transportation Authority, Frisco Station Partners, HALL Group and The Star to improve connectivity between several mixed-use developments in Frisco’s ‘North Platinum Corridor’.

The agreement was approved by the Frisco City Council during its May 1, 2018 meeting.

This new partnership, known as the Frisco Transportation Management Association (FTMA), is focusing on solutions like improving walkability, ride-sharing, connected vehicles (with traffic signal data sharing), and introducing driverless vehicle service between The Star, HALL Park and Frisco Station developments.

Read more in a joint press release from the City of Frisco and the Denton County Transportation Authority.

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