Legacy Drive

Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) to Warren Parkway

Construction on Legacy Drive, from Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) to Warren Parkway, is in progress. Legacy Drive will be reconstructed and widened from a four-lane divided roadway to six lanes. Watch a Progress in Motion video on the Legacy Drive Widening Project.

Traffic on Legacy Drive between SH 121 and Warren Parkway has been switched to the southbound side of the roadway and reduced to single-lane travel in each direction. Drivers should use caution as people become accustomed to the new traffic control patterns. 

Click here to view a map (PDF) of the Legacy Drive Phase 1 Traffic Switch.

Project Timeline

Construction Timeline Legacy Drive

Look Ahead Schedule

Planned construction schedule and pertinent activities, including lane closures, associated with the project.

January 2022
The neighborhood entrance at Stonebriar Way and Legacy Drive is open. The entrance has been reconstructed and paving is complete.

For the next few weeks, crews will continue pouring concrete on the east side of Legacy Drive while intersections and neighborhood entrances are reconstructed. It includes Town and Country Boulevard, Country Club Drive, Donley Drive, Wendover Drive and Stonebriar Drive.

Paving operations to construct the new northbound lanes are anticipated to start by the end of the month. When paving begins, drivers may experience delays on southbound Legacy Drive as trucks transport concrete material to the project site. More information about a start date for paving operations is forthcoming.

Mid-August 2021 to Spring 2022
Traffic has been diverted to the southbound side of the roadway during construction of the new northbound lanes. 
The traffic switch is expected to remain in place for about nine months.

Notes Concerning Construction Activity

Construction schedules change, sometimes with little notice, for any number of reasons. Please understand there will be changes. We appreciate your patience.

Construction work is dependent on the weather. The information we provide regarding all construction timelines and activities is weather permitting which means the work is anticipated to happen in that timeframe or the next available date when the weather allows. Rain will cancel most construction activity. In addition, certain activities require specific temperatures or dry weather for a previous number of days before execution.

Capital Improvements Project Dashboard

Keep up to date on all capital improvement projects currently active within the City of Frisco Engineering Services and Public Works Departments. The interactive map displays project locations, general construction timeframes and estimated construction costs.

View the CIP Dashboard here.

Landscape Gallery

The project will incorporate the new median landscaping standards which include drought tolerant plants and trees born in Texas. As one of the gateways to Frisco, the corridor near SH 121 and Legacy Drive will showcase some of these plants. View the Landscape Design Plans here.