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1959
SH 360 completed from SH 183 to SH 180 as a two-lane roadway.

1968
SH 360 designated a controlled access highway from SH 183 to I-20.

1969
Public Hearing held on SH 360 from SH 183 to I-20.

1972
Draft Environmental Impact Statement submitted for SH 360 from SH 121 to U.S. 287.

1972
Public hearing held on SH 360 from SH 121 to SH 183, and from I-20 to U.S. 287.

1976
SH 360 completed from Ave. J. to SH 180 as a six-lane roadway at a cost of $9.3 million.

1983
SH 360 completed from SH 183 to the Trinity River as a six-lane roadway with frontage roads at a cost of $16.7 million.

1987
SH 360 completed from the Trinity River to Johnson Creek (Ave. J) as a six-lane roadway with some frontage roads at a cost of $22 million.

1981
SH 360 completed from SH 180 to Spur 303 as a four-lane roadway with frontage roads at a cost of $8.6 million.

1985
SH 360 completed from Spur 303 to I-20 as a four-lane roadway at a cost of $6 million.

1992
360 frontage roads completed from SH 121 to SH 183 at a cost of $31 million.

2003
SH 360 frontage roads completed from I-20 to U.S. 287 at a cost of $41 million.

2006
SH 360 main lanes completed from SH 121 to SH 183 as a four to six-lane roadway at a cost of $39 million.

2006
SH 360 main lanes and ramps completed from Green Oaks Boulevard SE to Sublett Road at a cost of $16.8 million.

2011
Intersection improvements completed at Spur 303 (Pioneer Parkway) at a cost of $3.5 million.

2012
Intersection improvements completed at SH 180 (Division Street) at a cost of $63 million.

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