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Southeast Connector

The Southeast Connector will rebuild and widen approximately 16 miles of I-20 and I-820. The $1.6 billion project will widen I-20 to 10 mainlanes from I-820 to US 287, and I-820 to eight mainlanes from I-20 to Spur 303 (Rosedale Street) and reconstruct the I-20, I-820, and US 287 interchanges. This project will represent the largest investment in transportation infrastructure in the history of TxDOT’s Fort Worth district.

This highly anticipated project will tie in the east and southeast part of Tarrant County to the central part of the county while relieving congestion. It’s not only important for Tarrant County and Fort Worth, but also facilitates trade, increases safety, and improves efficiency for the entire Metroplex.

The Texas Transportation Commission has designated the Southeast Connector project as part of the statewide Texas Clear Lanes initiative, a program to address the most congested chokepoints in the state. The Southeast Connector project is estimated for completion in 2028.


Hearing materials

Environmental technical report documents

Historical resources

TxDOT conducted a historic resource survey of properties that fall within the Southeast Connector Area of Potential Effect. This is a step in the National Environmental Policy Act process, as well as under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. See the survey report for the letter TxDOT sent to the Texas Historical Commission, Texas’ State Historic Preservation Office, for additional information on this project. Learn more about how TxDOT reviews project effects to historic properties in the Connecting People to the Past brochure.



Southeast Connector Project Manager