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Plano's current road construction projects can be found on the Road Construction Updates page.
The traffic safety record of a Single Point Urban Interchanges (SPUI) design is comparable to that of a traditional freeway interchange design.
An SPUI design can move more traffic than a traditional design and do so with less traffic delay and congestion. SPUI designs also require significantly less right-of-way for construction as compared to traditional interchange designs. This SPUI, upon completion, will be the first of its kind in Texas. Because of their ability to effectively move traffic, SPUI designs are increasingly popular. The SPUI has been deployed successfully around the United States in Virginia, Louisiana and Arizona, as well as in other countries.
To get a school zone installed in Plano, requests are made through the principal of the school for which the zone would be established.
The principal, if in agreement with the request, forwards the request to Plano Independent School District administration. Plano Independent School District administration, if in agreement, forwards the request to the City Transportation Engineering Division. The Transportation Engineering Division, if in agreement with the request, prepares an ordinance for City Council approval.
After approval by City Council, a work order will be issued to the Public Works Department for installation.
To report malfunctioning signals, downed signage or faded pavement markings in Plano please call Public Works Operations at (972) 769-4140 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. If after 5 p.m. or on weekends call (972) 727-1623.
To report a problem with a DART bus route or bus stop related issues call DART at (214) 979-1111. For train related issues call DART at (214) 928-6000.
If you are a resident looking to participate in DART bus/rail service planning or make contact with DART board representatives please do the following:
DART staff sponsors a series of public meetings on service planning revisions one to two times per year. The meetings are announced in the newspaper and on the DART web site. Plano's DART board representative can be reached through the DART board office at (214) 749-3256.
If you need additional assistance regarding DART, contact City Transportation Engineering staff at (972) 941-7152.
To get more information on the red light camera program in Plano, call (972) 941-2459.
For a summary of information on the ordinances governing motor vehicles and traffic in the City of Plano, see Chapter 12 of the City of Plano Code of Ordinances - Motor Vehicles and Traffic