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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.  

January 29, 2015
All four lanes of Kelly Lane opened on Tuesday, January 27 as the city completed the striping of the road. The week of February 2, Oncor will begin installation of street lights within the medians which will be complete by the end of the week, weather permitting. A temporary rolling lane closure will be in effect for each street light install. The installation should have minimal impact to traffic. Thank you for driving carefully and watching for the installation. 

January 6, 2015

In December, the city completed the final paving of Phase 1 of the Kelly Lane Roadway Widening Project. Remaining items to be constructed prior to removal of all temporary traffic controls are final striping, guardrail installation (from Benning to Kennemer on north side), powering/testing and operation of new traffic signals and minor pedestrian improvement completion.  

The outside lanes will remained coned off to allow the contractor a space to work to complete the above items. When these final tasks are complete, anticipate the construction barrels removed and the full roadway section open.  All mentioned improvements are anticipated to be completed the month of January (weather permitting) in accordance with the overall project schedule.  

With more than $5.5 million in investments to the road, the Kelly Lane Widening Project has added a 4-lane divided roadway section, dedicated left turn lanes as street intersections and right-turn lanes at Kennemer and Falcon Pointe Boulevard, curb and gutter inlets and installation of new traffic signals. The improvements are estimated to ease congestion by allowing an additional 4000 cars per day on the road. The roadway project nears completion!