Capital Improvement Projects

Trinity Boulevard Area

The Trinity Boulevard area has six infrastructure projects that address, flooding, traffic signal improvements, increased roadway capacity, safety and economic development. This process takes time and patience, but the end result will be worth the wait.

Projects are located in Council District 5.

Norwood Drive

Norwood Drive will be reconstructed as a three-lane undivided minor arterial from approximately 1,400 feet from Trinity Boulevard to approximately 200 feet north of the Trinity Railroad Express crossing. An asphalt overlay will be performed from 200-feet north of the TRE crossing to SH-10 and the roadway will be widened to allow for a left-turn lane at SH-10. Trinity Boulevard will also be widened so a left-turn lane onto Norwood Drive can be added.

Project Manager: Patrick Buckley, 817-392-2443.

Precinct Line Road from Concho Trail to the Randol Mill Road

This segment of roadway will be repaved with asphalt surface and cement subgrade. No curb, gutter or sidewalk improvements will be made.

Project Manager: Riad Nusrallah, 817-392-2729.

Precinct Line Road from SH-10 to Concho Trails

This roadway is being reconstructed as a four-lane divided arterial with a railroad crossing signal at the intersection of Trinity Boulevard and the Trinity Railway Express to improve traffic capacity and safety. Project scope also includes reconstruction of the bridge over Walker Branch Creek (TxDOT project), a new traffic signal at the intersection of Trinity Boulevard, and a new left turn lane on Trinity Boulevard.

Project Manager: Michael Weiss, 817-392-8485.

Randol Mill Road from Loop 820 to Precinct Line Road

Project Manager: Sonia Ojeda, 817-392-7529.

Trinity Boulevard

Phase 1 – From Loop 820 to Salado Trail This section of roadway will be reconstructed to a 4-lane, divided concrete arterial. This developer-led project includes a landscaped median, multi-use trails on each side of the roadway, drainage system improvements, and new water and sanitary sewer lines. A roundabout will be constructed at the entrance to Trinity Lakes Development, and a traffic signal will be reconstructed at the Salado Trail intersection. After project completion, Trinity Boulevard will no longer be in a floodplain. Phase 2 – From Salado Trail to Thames Trail A 4-lane, divided concrete arterial is planned for this section of Trinity Boulevard. A landscaped median, multi-use trails on each side of the road, drainage improvements and water and sanitary sewer lines will be constructed.

Project Manager: Patrick Buckley, 817-392-2443.

Trinity Boulevard Bridge & Drainage Improvements

Existing culverts located at Trinity Boulevard between South Norwood Street and Bell Helicopter Spur are being replaced with a 4-lane bridge to improve drainage capacity and roadway safety. The roadway surface will be raised approximately 3-feet and the channel flow line lowered 4 ½-feet.

Project Manager: Paul Roach, 817-662-1211.


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