N. White Chapel Blvd. from Emerald St. to SH 114

Project Information

The North White Chapel widening project was approved in 2008 as part of the Southlake 2030 Master Mobility Plan to improve safety and mobility.This major roadway reconstruction project includes construction of a dual-lane roundabout and the widening of a two-lane road to a four-lane road. The project will be completed in two phases, starting with the construction of the roundabout at Highland Ave and the widening of N. White Chapel from SH 114 to Highland. The second phase will be the road widening from Emerald to Highland. 

Construction started in early 2018 and is expected to continue until 2019. Huitt Zollars and Nathan C. Maier are serving as engineering consultants with RKM Utility Services Inc. acting as the construction contractor. The $10,380,000 budget includes at $2,185,000 match from Tarrant County. 

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Phase 1

The first phase is the construction of a dual-lane roundabout at the intersection of North White Chapel Boulevard and Highland Street, as well as the widening of North White Chapel from SH 114 to Highland Street. The roundabout will help improve mobility at the current four-way stop sign currently at the intersection. Before the construction can begin, utility lines and a water line must be relocated. Utility work began in January 2018. Work is expected to last about 18 months. 

Project rendering map:North White Chapel project rendering

Phase 2

The second part of the project includes the widening of N. White Chapel from Emerald to Highland. The current two-lane divided road will be widened to a four-lane divided highway with a landscaped median. Work on this phase is expected to begin in mid-2018 and will take about two years to complete.