Construction is currently underway on Greenville Avenue at its intersection with Main Street. Reconstruction of a different portion of Greenville Avenue is recommended for the city’s upcoming bond election. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)

As part of ongoing work to maintain its streets, Richardson is recommending nearly $98 million in street and alley reconstruction projects for its upcoming November bond packages.

“The first-ring [Dallas] suburbs, particularly here in North Texas, all began to really develop approximately at the same time, so we all have the same issues,” Richardson Deputy City Manager Don Magner said. “If you look at Farmers Branch, Carrollton, Irving, Richardson—we’re all dealing with infrastructure that has a useful life of 25 or so years, and much of that infrastructure now is 40-50 years old.”

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