Year six of the Road to the Future Summer Overlay Project will begin in June with improvements scheduled on 17 roadways across the city. The City of Irving Traffic and Transportation Department’s Streets Division will begin work on roadways that range from major corridors to residential streets.
The following streets are included in the 2023 Summer Overlay Project:
- Bolden Road, from Oakdale Road to Nursery Road
- Shorthorn Drive, from East Campus Drive to Gateway Drive
- William Dehaes Drive, from Northgate Drive to Walnut Hill Lane
- Belt Line Road, from Walnut Hill Lane to Story Road
- East Cortez Court
- West Cortez Court
- Pennington Street, from Harvard Street to Witton Street
- Wingren Parkway, from Northgate Drive to the north end
- San Carlos Court, from Rochelle Road to the end
- San Mateo Court, from Northgate Drive to the end
- La Paz Court
- Valley Ranch Parkway, from MacArthur Boulevard to Ranchview Parkway
- Williamsburg Road, from Jamestown Drive to Herring Avenue
- MacArthur Boulevard, from Byron Nelson Way to State Highway 114
- Kinwest Parkway, from Mustang Pass Parkway to MacArthur Boulevard
- Byron Nelson Way, from Leland Boulevard to MacArthur Boulevard
- San Jose Street, from Coronado Street to Northgate Drive
Crews will mill and overlay the roads, removing existing asphalt down to a street’s base. Then an asphalt crew will follow behind, laying and paving new asphalt. The process can be completed in a few weeks, weather permitting.
Drivers are reminded to drive slowly, stay alert and look out for crews, pedestrians and other drivers.
Do not text and drive, and be patient when driving in work zones