(August 22, 2013) Stonebrook Parkway will open to traffic between Dallas Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard by Sunday evening, August 25. This opens the road next to Frisco High School and means school traffic will be able to use Stonebrook Parkway on Monday to access the campus in the same way they did before the road closures.
East of Parkwood Boulevard, Stonebrook Parkway will continue to have one lane in each direction sharing the south half of the road. When Stonebrook Parkway opens next to the high school, there will be one lane in each direction on opposite sides of the median between Dallas Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard. Therefore, westbound traffic will transition from the south half of the road to the north half of the road as it passes through the Parkwood Boulevard intersection.
Motorists are urged to use caution in the construction zone as people become accustomed to the new traffic patterns.
This is part of the Stonebrook Parkway Improvement Project between Preston Road and the Dallas North Tollway that will widen the road to a six-lane, divided roadway and includes the extension of an underground water line. Phase 1 added dual left-turn lanes on westbound Rolater Road at Preston Road and is now complete. Phase 2 encompassed the work between Parkwood Boulevard and Preston Road, which will be completed in October 2013. Phase 3 encompasses the work between Dallas Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard, which will be completed by early 2014. Phase 3-B will repave the intersection of Stonebrook Parkway and Parkwood Boulevard and is expected to be completed by the end of 2013, at which time traffic will be able to use both sides of Stonebrook Parkway. Phase 4 will add dual left-turn lanes and a right-turn lane on eastbound Stonebrook Parkway at Dallas Parkway. Phase 4 is expected to start in late 2013 and be completed in mid 2014. Information about the project can be found online at FriscoTexas.gov/Stonebrook.