The US 75 Project is a TxDOT project to develop long-term transportation and operational improvements on US 75 and US 82 in the Cities of Sherman and Denison in Grayson County, Texas. TxDOT previously conducted a study to assess safety, maintenance and system efficiency, congestion and freight reliability, environmental sustainability, transportation choices and economic vitality along US 75, one of the most important transportation links in Grayson County. TxDOT is now moving forward from program level planning to project development to implement specific improvements to US 75.
The purpose of the project is to improve safety, address congestion, improve traffic operations, and address roadway deficiencies.
TxDOT is addressing needed improvements for the US 75 corridor in an Ultimate Project that has potential for phased implementation, in addition to improvements to the US 75 and US 82 interchange. The Ultimate Project would involve reconstruction of US 75 to add main lanes, continuous frontage roads, and U-turns. Ramps, bridges, and interchanges would be reconstructed as necessary. The proposed improvements to the US 75 and US 82 interchange would involve the addition of frontage road lanes and U-turns at the US 75 and US 82 interchange, as well as intersection improvements at North Travis Street and Loy Lake Road.
TxDOT is seeking input on the proposed roadway improvements for US 75. As TxDOT develops the proposed improvements, we are reaching out to communities within the project corridor and interested citizens to get input and comments. All input will be considered as TxDOT moves forward. A public meeting was held at the Sherman Municipal Ballroom at 405 N. Rusk Street on March 22, 2018. Information provided at the meeting may be downloaded below.
Downloads from March 22, 2018 Public Meeting
TxDOT Paris District