By Andrew Greenstein

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Another milestone is coming up for the Highway 360 South project, the new toll road that will run along the borders of South Arlington, Grand Prairie and Mansfield.

Earlier this month, crews opened the Webb Lynn/Lynn Creek Bridge; and on June 2nd, the Broad Street Bridge is scheduled to be completed. Once that happens, crews can start working on the final bridge of the nearly 10-mile project, the Holland Road Bridge.

360 South spokesman Keith Bilbrey says the project is moving along nicely.

“Overall we’re in the 50 to 55% range,” said Bilbrey. “We were delayed due to utility relocation and the weather – not just the weather here but also the weather across the country.”

The project adds main lanes and new managed toll lanes between Green Oaks Boulevard and Highway 287.

The project is expected to be completed by Spring 2018.

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