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Kelly Lane Widening Project
 Kelly Lane Aerial
Project Overview/
Roadway Benefits
Traffic Routes
& Project Updates
FAQ'S   Maps and Visuals




The City of Pflugerville began Phase 1 of the Kelly Lane Roadway Widening Project in December 2013 to help alleviate the traffic congestion along the road, thus allowing an additional 4000 vehicles per day on Kelly Lane, enhance regional and local mobility and connectivity, relieve congestion and increase safety with deceleration lanes and sidewalks.  

Safety pfirst - please be careful crossing Kelly
Please be reminded and advise children and all pedestrians to obey construction signs and work zone safety for Kelly Lane.

Project Update: Kelly Lane Traffic successfully re-routed to south lanes

 Kelly Lane South Side Lanes in Use  Kelly Lane traffic on south side

Construction crews successfully completed a major traffic switch and final striping for the Kelly Lane Widening project on Friday, August 8 and opened the segment from Falcon Pointe (West) to Jakes Hill Road. As a result, all traffic is using the south side lanes of Kelly Lane.

Motorists should continue to use caution in the construction zone, obeying all signs and construction speeds.

Project Update:  Traffic shift beginning August 8
Drivers travelling on Kelly Lane will be shifted onto the south side lanes between Murchison Ridge Lane and Falcon Pointe Blvd. (West). 

Lane closures and traffic patterns will be in place, as construction on the north side will begin immediately after the traffic switch in order to complete  the other half of the Kelly Lane widening project. 

New Yellow Flashing Arrow Signal at Kelly Lane and Kennemer
Be aware that the Kelly Lane/Kennemer traffic signal is operational for this portion of construction. Please direct special attention to signal timing and “new yellow-flashing arrow” for left turning vehicles onto/off Kennemer.

 Kelly Lane Signal
The yellow flashing arrow is part of a new signal display system designed to clearly indicate when it is clear to make a left turn across traffic.

Drivers are encouraged to please use caution travelling through the construction zone and refer to www.pflugervilletx.gov/Kelly for information regarding suggested construction traffic routes and general project information.  Continuing use of alternate bypass routes is encouraged. 


Please contact Patricia A. Davis, P.E., Project Manager at 512-990-6342 or regarding concerns or questions during construction activities.

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