FM 1938/Davis Blvd. Extension

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FM 1938 Expansion Project Map


The $20.6 million FM 1938/Davis Boulevard project is the second project to complete the extension of the roadway from SH 114 to FM 1709/Southlake Boulevard. The completed extension will improve safety and enhance mobility in Northeast Tarrant County.

The 1.6-mile project includes a four-lane roadway with raised curb medians from Randol Mill Road to FM 1709/Southlake Boulevard. Additionally, improvements at the intersection of FM 1938 and FM 1709 will provide dual left-turn bays for each approach to enhance mobility through the intersection. The project will incorporate enhancements provided by the cities of Keller and Southlake, including landscaping and illumination along the roadway and sidewalks on both sides of the corridor. Construction will begin this spring and completion is estimated for 2017.

The first FM 1938/Davis Boulevard project included a six-lane divided roadway with raised curb medians from SH 114 to just south of Dove Road transitioning to a four-lane roadway with raised curb medians to Randol Mill Road. The 2.2 mile $15 million project was completed in fall 2012.

The projects are a partnership between TxDOT, Tarrant County, the North Central Texas Council of Governments and the cities of Southlake, Keller, Westlake and Trophy Club.

Have questions or want to sign up for updates on FM 1938 construction? Contact:

Stephen E. Ranft
TxDOT Mobility Coordinator, FM 1938  


Phase I of this project consisted of 2.2 miles of new road through Westlake from State Hwy. 114 to the Randol Mill Road bend.

Phase II includes the extension of FM 1938 from the Randol Mill Road bend to FM 1709.

Phase II 
Start Date:

Road construction began in April 2015

Approximate End Date:



This Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) project will improve FM 1938, providing an important north-south thoroughfare along the city's eastern border

End Result:

A new concrete, variable-width divided thoroughfare with a center median, including: 

  • 6 travel lanes from SH 114 to Dove Road
  • 4 lanes from Dove Road to FM 1709
  • Curbs and gutters, including an enclosed storm drain system and turn lanes at intersections
Utility Relocations Engineering Costs:
  • City of Keller portion: $72,171.45
  • City of Southlake portion: $256,328.55 

Utility Relocations Construction Costs:

  • City of Keller portion: $298,575
  • City of Southlake portion: $1,546,803

The FM 1938 Phase II reconstruction project in Southlake and Keller from Randol Mill Avenue to FM 1709 (Southlake Boulevard) was substantially completed in 2017, though utility and other work remains ongoing.

Current/Upcoming Traffic Impacts:


A traffic switch is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 27, to open all southbound lanes on the west side of FM 1938 from Randol Mill Avenue to south of Wildwood Way. A traffic switch is planned for Friday, Aug. 30, to open all northbound lanes on east side of FM 1938 along the project limits. Future daily lane closures may be needed to finish the remaining punch list items.