DFW Connector Project
After more than three years of construction and nine months ahead of schedule, the DFW Connector project is done.
After more than three years of construction, road work on the DFW Connector Project in Grapevine is nearly finished, one year ahead of schedule.
One of the biggest issues people in North Tarrant County have been dealing with over the past few years is road work — but there is a little light at the end of the tunnel.
The DFW Connector Project is almost complete. There are a few things left for workers to finish, and that will require some new traffic patterns along area roads this weekend.
Some big changes happened over the weekend at the DFW Connector Project in Grapevine. The news is good, but drivers will have to pay close attention during the Monday commute.
A mid-afternoon opening is expected Saturday for a bridge that will more directly connect Southlake and Grapevine across Highway 114. It’s a major milestone for the billion dollar DFW Connector project that will affect traffic for up to 20 miles into Denton, Dallas and Tarrant counties.
Check out how North Texas road construction (and there’s a lot of it) is expected to impact your weekend and your daily commute next week.
Traffic lanes will be shifting in Southlake and Grapevine as road construction continues on the DFW Connector Project, ahead of schedule at around 70 percent complete.
The DFW Connector Project is more than halfway complete, despite a setback caused by a truck hitting the Texan Trail bridge in Grapevine.
For two years, local drivers have had to battle traffic, detours and construction due to the DFW Connector Project. But on Monday, there will be a celebration.
A series of closures and construction along stretches of State Highways 121 and 114 had drivers traversing detours across the Grapevine area over the weekend.
You’ve finally made it to the weekend and what do you have to look forward to — major highway shutdowns all across North Texas!