Construction was completed in 2012 on intersection improvements to remove a bottleneck on SH 360 at SH 180/Division Street and the Union Pacific Railroad. Currently, the region has limited funding and has not been able to identify further funding for SH 360 from I-20 to I-30.
The Texas Transportation Commission issued $20 million in Proposition 12 bonds for engineering design on SH 360 from Brown Boulevard to I-20 including the I-30/SH 360 interchange. This allows this project to be shovel-ready once construction funds are identified.
On SH 360 south of I-20 to US 287 in Ellis County, the North Texas Tollway Authority has shown interest in developing SH 360 mainlanes as a toll facility and conducted a public meeting in June 2010. TxDOT hosted an environmental public hearing on Oct. 17, 2013.
Environmental Clearance and Design Schematics for SH 360 South of I-20
Memorandum of Understanding
There is a potential TxDOT/NTTA memorandum of understanding to deliver SH 360 as a public-public partnership. The initial SH 360 toll project is defined as a staged toll road extending from the end of the current expressway to Broad Street as a four-lane toll road, and a two-lane (commonly called a Super 2) from Broad Street to U.S. 287. The initial project will also include completion of the remaining frontage road at the south end of the project.
NTTA’s board approved the MOU in January 2013. The Texas Transportation Commission approved the MOU at its February meeting. The project is currently in the environmental clearance process.
South of I-20 to US 287
This section of SH 360 will utilize private-sector creativity through a design-build approach to ensure cost-effective and expedited construction and provide needed safety improvements, congestion relief and economic development benefits.