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Transportation Connections for Pedestrians and Bicycles to the Trinity River Trails

Project Description

This project has five-locations and will be constructed in two phases. Phase 1 will add bicycle and pedestrian connections along Oakland Boulevard from Randol Mill Road to Rosedale Street, Westcreek Drive from I-20 to Kellis Park and at the River Park Trailhead. The connections include paved trails, sidewalks with ADA ramps at intersections, on-street bike lanes with striping and signage, and expanded parking facilities. (Construction to start October 2015.)

Phase 2 connection locations are from Quanah Parker Park to Handley-Ederville Road and on to Richland Hills TRE train station, and from the Forest Park Trinity River Trails to the Mistletoe Heights neighborhood via a pedestrian bridge. Connections at these two locations include paved trails, pedestrian bridges, a low-water crossing, retaining walls and on=street bike lanes with striping and signage. (Currently in final design stage.)

Council District: District 3, District 4, District 8, District 9

Current Status: Construction

Project End Date: Dec. 29, 2017

Funding

Source: Other
Amount: $6,340,441

This project is being funded from a Texas Department of Transportation Enhancement Grant and the 2014 Bond Program Proposition 2.

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Contact

Clarence Bryant
817-392-7372