Three years into the North Tarrant Express Project (NTE) and drivers have come to find battling closures, detours, and backups an every day occurrence. Now one city is spending money to make sure people don’t avoid the area altogether.
Anybody planning to drive near the LBJ Freeway and Dallas North Tollway this weekend needs to be aware that construction work will be closing some vital highways.
Fort Worth’s newest landmark, the 7th Street Bridge, already opened to traffic ahead of schedule. But it is closed again this weekend for the city will celebrate with a huge party.
Expect to see more changes soon along the LBJ Express Project in Dallas. Construction workers are on target to meet the first major milestone in just a few weeks.
North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) crews are working non-stop on a drainage system along Interstate-30 in Fort Worth. Part of the interstate near the Chisholm Trail Parkway construction zone was covered in water after this past weekend’s downpour.
If you regularly travel along the North Tarrant Express Project, then changes are coming to your commute. More ramps are set to close, as work reaches 70 percent completion.
Get ready for more road construction in North Texas. The Interstate-35E expansion project is getting started on Thursday.
Orange barrels have taken over part of I-30 near University Drive in Fort Worth. The Chisholm Trail Parkway project is the latest hot spot, but some drivers say the curvy road and detours are confusing and dangerous.
Good news for commuters! Traveling in and out of Fort Worth is about to get much easier. That is because construction on the 7th Street bridge is one month ahead of schedule.
Preston Road is also State Highway 289, making it a road that’s maintained by the state. But in an effort to save TxDOT money the agency is considering asking cities and counties to take over maintenance on roads like Preston.
After more than three years of construction, road work on the DFW Connector Project in Grapevine is nearly finished, one year ahead of schedule.
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.