(October 23, 2012) Eastbound Stonebrook Parkway will be reduced to one lane between Parkwood Boulevard and Preston Road starting Wednesday, October 24. In preparation for Phase 2 of the Stonebrook Parkway Improvement Project, the south side of the road is being restriped to accommodate two-way traffic and another traffic switch will be announced for next week. Eastbound traffic will now be continuously limited to one lane for about a year as the other phases of the project are being constructed. Eastbound motorists should expect delays on Stonebrook Parkway between Parkwood Boulevard and Preston Road, especially during the morning and afternoon peak periods.
Motorists are urged to use caution in the construction zone and to choose an alternate route in advance. Alternate eastbound routes between Parkwood Boulevard and Preston Road are Main Street, Wade Boulevard, and Lebanon Road.
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 2 will reconstruct westbound Stonebrook Parkway to provide three lanes between Preston and Parkwood and will install a new 36-inch water line under the new pavement. The four phases of construction are estimated to continue through December 2014. Information about the project can be found online at FriscoTexas.gov/Stonebrook.