TxDOT is conducting a study to update the preliminary design and environmental assessment for proposed improvements for the interchange at I-820, I-20 and US 287 called the Southeast Connector.  The ultimate project is estimated at more than $1 billion. The study limits of the project are:

  • I-20 from Forest Hill Drive to Park Springs Boulevard
  • I-820 from I-20 to Brentwood Stair Road
  • US 287 from Bishop Street to Sublett Road

The study goals and objectives are to improve mobility and safety and provide transportation options for travelers through the area. Proposed improvements to be evaluated through the study will include additional main lanes, bi-directional or reversible barrier separated express or managed lanes, entrance and exit ramp adjustments, frontage road intersection improvements, and bicycle and pedestrian accommodations.

Public meetings and a public hearing will be conducted to collect input on the project.  The first public meeting was held July 19, 2018.  Information collected during the public meetings and hearing will be used to develop safe transportation solutions that minimize impacts to the community.


Contact Us

Fort Worth District Office
2501 SW Loop 820
Fort Worth, TX 76133
(817) 370-6500

Southeast Connector Project Manager
Phone: (817) 370-6807