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Project Studies: Fort Worth District

Before a project is built, a study must be done to determine if it will fill a transportation need, will not negatively impact the surrounding area and fits the department's overall plan. During the study phase, potential projects are analyzed to determine if they are cost-effective while also efficiently improving mobility. Some of these projects have moved beyond the study phase and are under construction.

Location Project Description
Arlington SH 360 The expansion of SH 360 from I-20 to north of I-30
SH 26
The project will widen roadway to three lanes in each direction and includes raised curb medians to enhance safety.
Cresson US 377 at SH 171 A study to identify improvements to US 377 at SH 171
Dallas/Fort Worth SH 183 Proposed improvements to SH 183 (Airport Freeway) in Dallas, Irving and Fort Worth
Fort Worth I-820 East Loop
The expansion of I-820 from the north interchange at SH 121 to Randol Mill Road
Fort Worth DFW Connector The reconstruction and expansion of SH 114 and SH 121
Fort Worth I-30 Corridor
Improvements to the I-30 corridor throughout the Fort Worth region
Fort Worth I-35W Corridor Improvements to the I-35W corridor throughout the Fort Worth region
Fort Worth SH 114 and SH 121 Enhancements to 14.4 miles of SH 114 and SH 121
Fort Worth SH 121/Chisholm Trail Parkway Construction of a 28-mile continuous toll road from I-30 in downtown Fort Worth to US 67 in Cleburne
Johnson County FM 157 The proposed realignment of FM 157 from Business 287 to FM 1807
Tarrant County FM 1938/Davis Boulevard Extension Creates a new roadway that connects SH 114 to FM 1938/Davis Boulevard
Tarrant County I-820 The expansion of I-820
Tarrant County North Tarrant Express Overall mobility plan to expand I-35W, I-820 and SH 121/183 in north Tarrant County
Tarrant County SH 121/183 Airport Freeway Widening of SH 121/183 throughout Tarrant County
Weatherford Weatherford Pass-Through Toll Road Enhancements to nine different highway segments that will be paid through the Pass-Through Financing Program