635 East Project - garland information

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is investing $1.74 billion into improving the 11-mile section of Interstate 635 East that serves Garland. For more information about the project and to subscribe to traffic alerts, visit 635East.com.

Pegasus Link Constructors (PLC) is managing the design and construction of the 635 East Project, which is schedule for completion in 2024.  PLC has leased the site at 3159 S. Garland Avenue (the former site of Hypermart) from the City of Garland for a temporary off-site construction yard. The construction yard would include construction offices, outdoor storage of materials and supplies, a concrete batch plant, bulk fuel storage (fuel farm), a wash down facility for trucks, and shipping storage containers. The lease agreement includes requirements for air quality monitoring, a state-of-the-art dust suppression system and a provision that all operations must be in compliance with all City noise ordinances. The site must be operated and maintained in a manner that meets all state and federal environmental regulations. 

Below are links to the public hearings held by the Garland Plan Commission on March 9 and the Garland City Council on April 7. In addition, the Council member who represents the area hosted a community meeting to help answer questions from the community.

City Council meeting April 7 - Link to meeting video; Pegasus Link Constructors presentation (pdf) 

Plan Commission March 9 - Link to meeting video; Pegasus Link Constructors presentation (pdf)

Additional meeting presentations:

City Council Aug. 3 - Overview of Site History, Activities - Link to meeting video;  City Gateway Overview presentation (pdf); PLC Presentation (pdf).

City Council Aug. 3 - Garland Ave/635 Interchange overview - Link to meeting video; Garland Ave/635 Interchange presentation (pdf); Link to Interchange Explainer video

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