Streets Division

Recent Traffic Studies, Road Projects, and Initiatives

With the city’s recent growth, roads and traffic have become a major focus area of the community. Staff intends to provide regular updates on the status of all the roadway improvement projects and initiatives that are planned or underway. 


  1. Leonard Avenue Extension to Collin County Outer Loop
  2. Leonard Avenue Extension to FM 455
  3. Ferguson Parkway
  4. Rosamond Parkway Widening to Four Lanes from US 75 to SH 5
  5. US 75 Phase II Widening
  6. SH 5 Widening
  7. Rosamond Parkway Extension to Sherley Elementary

Latest Update: City Council approved the development agreement with the landowner of the property south of Foster Crossing last year. The staff has reviewed the 90% plans and we issued comments on March 13, 2023. The project was submitted to Collin County with a request for funding. Staff expects to hear back on county funding next month. If county funds are received, staff will push the project forward into the construction phase. The schedule will be based on county agreements and funding timelines.

US 75 Mowing and Trash

Latest Update: TxDOT’s contractor’s completed trash pickup at the FM455/75 intersection March 15, 2023. The full trash pickup along US 75 is scheduled to begin March 28, 2023. Per TxDOT staff, the next trash pickup will then be scheduled for May and after that in September. City staff has been informed by TxDOT that the first round of mowing of the US 75 right-of-way will happen in June.  

Traffic Studies

  1. US 75 Frontage Road at Outer Loop
  2. SH 5 and Rosamond Parkway
  3. FM 455 and Oak Hollow Drive
  4. SH 5 and Finley Boulevard
  5. FM 455 at Westfield Drive / Willow Creek Drive
  6. FM 455 at Victoria Falls Drive
  7. Hackberry Drive

In March 2023, TxDot completed the traffic signal study for the intersection of US 75 at Outer Loop/Foster Crossing Rd that was requested by the City of Anna. Based on this study and the field investigation, TxDot concurs with the City’s request to install a traffic signal at this intersection.

Traffic Signal Warrant (PDF)

At the completion of signal construction, TxDOT will maintain the traffic signal. 

View the Jan. 25, 2022 City Council Workshop presentation (PDF) on Traffic Signals Warrant Studies.

What are Traffic Signal Warrant Studies?

A traffic signal warrant study reviews 9 critical aspects of an intersection (warrants). This information is then used to determine whether a traffic signal is needed. The warrants include:

1AEight Hour Volume – Minimum Vehicular Volume (70% & 56%)
1BEight Hour Volume – Interruption of Continuous Traffic (70% & 56%)
2Four Hour Vehicular Volume
3Peak Hour
4Pedestrian Volume
5School Crossing
6Coordinated Signal System
7Crash Experience
8Roadway Network
9Intersection Near a RR Grade Crossing