I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor
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I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor

I-820 from I-30 to I-35W

TxDOT is studying proposed improvements on the I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor from I-30 to I-35W. The 19.4-mile study will evaluate alternatives to reduce congestion, improve mobility and enhance safety along the corridor. 

The existing I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor is a three- to four-lane divided highway from I-30 to I-35W with two-lane, discontinuous frontage roads across the Lake Worth Bridge and from Old Decatur Road to FM 156/Blue Mound Road. The I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor Study area lies within or adjacent to the cities of Fort Worth, White Settlement, Lake Worth, Sansom Park, Saginaw and Blue Mound in Tarrant County. I-820 is a regional and local hazardous material route with high truck volumes and a freight corridor mixing with regional and local commuter traffic.

The study will evaluate improvements to reconstruct and widen I-820, SH 199 and FM 1220/Azle Avenue and construct continuous frontage roads. Ramp modifications, interchange improvements, bicycle and pedestrian trail connectivity, and public transit access will also be evaluated to improve mobility and enhance safety throughout the corridor. 

The I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor study area is comprised of three segments: South, Mid and North. 

I-820 South Segment 

The South segment study area includes I-820 from I-30 to Navajo Trail/Cahoba Drive. 

I-820 Mid Segment

The Mid segment study area covers the I-820/SH 199 interchange area including I-820 from Navajo Trail/Cahoba Drive to Marine Creek Parkway, SH 199 from Lake Worth to Roberts Cutoff Road and FM 1220/Azle Avenue from SH 199 to Kiowa Avenue/Venera Street. 

I-820 North Segment 

The North segment study area includes I-820 from Marine Creek Parkway to I-35W and Business (BUS) 287/North Main Street Interchange area from Longhorn Road/East Industrial Avenue to Meacham Boulevard. 

Project information

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Attend virtual and in-person public meetings, view project materials and provide comments to help shape the proposed I-820 Northwest Loop Corridor improvements. Subscribe to receive project updates and to learn about opportunities to share your comments by submitting your email to I-820NorthwestLoopStudy@aecom.com. 

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