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10th Street Sidewalk & Bike Lanes

This project will be constructed in two phases. Phase 1 will include sidewalk installation on the north side of 10th Street from Fournier Street to Forest Park and improvements to the pedestrian crossing at Forest Park and 10th Street that will provide a connection to the Trinity Trails. Phase 2 of the project includes installation of a two-way cycle track for bikes from Penn Street to Forest Park. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

2015 Warning Flashers

Warning flashers will be installed at various locations throughout the city. These flashers include school zone beacons, advance warning flashers and intersection flashers. Locations for warning flashers include Castelberry High School, Briscoe Elementary and Dillow Elementary. Council District: District 5, District 7, District 8. Learn more »

Basswood Boulevard & West Robert Downing Road

A private developer has designed and constructed portions of Basswood Boulevard east of FM 156 and portions of Robert Downing Road South of Basswood Boulevard. To accelerate the construction of the remainder of Basswood Boulevard, the City is partnering with the developer to build a bridge over Big Fossil Creek and connect the portions of Basswood Boulevard from FM 156 to I-35W. Robert Downing Road south of Basswood Boulevard to connect to Lou Menk Drive will also be constructed. Council District: District 2. Learn more »

Bicycle Wayfinding Signs

Approximately 100 bicycle wayfinding, safety and educational signs will be installed throughout the City to promote awareness of vehicles and bicycles sharing roadways. Locations of signs will be in downtown, the near south side, TCU area, far north Fort Worth along Timberland and Tarrant Parkway, southeast Fort Worth along Maddox and Miller, south Fort Worth along Hulen, and east Fort Worth along Trinity Boulevard. Council District: District 2, District 3, District 4, District 5, District 6, District 7, District 8, District 9. Learn more »

Blue Mound Road

Construction of Blue Mound Road from Willow Springs Road to US Highway 81/287 will include new travel lanes, intersection improvements, drainage improvements, sidewalks, street lights, bicycle lanes and/or rehabilitation of existing travel lanes, as appropriate. The roadway will become a four-lane, divided arterial street. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Bonds Ranch Road & Hwy 287 Improvements

Phase one safety measures include design and construction of a single-lane roundabout at both HWY 287 frontage road intersections. Design and construction will proceed at the same time with design only slightly ahead of construction. TxDOT is supplying materials and city crews will build the project. This will expedite project completion of phase one. Phase two of the project will focus on capacity improvements on Bonds Ranch Road. A four-lane roadway from the railroad tracks just west of HWY 287 to FM 156 (Blue Mound Road) is being designed. Intersection improvements that expand the roundabouts at HWY 287 and at the intersection of Shire Meadow and FM 156 will also be included in this phase of the project. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Brewer Boulevard

A new four-lane, divided arterial will be constructed. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Bridge Rehabilitation

Structural repairs to be made on bridges. Learn more »

Bryant Irvin & I-20 Intersection Improvements

The City will partner with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to construct intersection capacity improvements at the intersection of Bryant Irvin and IH-20. These improvements include dedicated left-turn lanes, two additional through lanes, street lights, traffic signal improvements and pedestrian facilities. Council District: District 3, District 6, District 7. Learn more »

COG Regional Contract Signal Timing

As part of the North Central Texas Council of Governments regional traffic signal retiming project, timing on 140 signals located in Fort Worth will be modified. Council District: District 2, District 3, District 4, District 5, District 6, District 7, District 8, District 9. Learn more »

Carroll Street Bike Lanes

Bicycle signage and striping improvements will be installed along Carroll Street from West 7th Street to White Settlement Road in order to accommodate bicycle travel and pedestrians. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Central Traffic Signal System Software & Monitoring

A central system software and monitoring program is being developed. This program will be the nucleus for a central communications network for traffic signals across the city that allows staff to respond to traffic incidents remotely and in real-time. Council District: . Learn more »

Chapel Creek Bridge Over I-30

The existing two-lane bridge will be replaced with a new six-lane bridge over I-30. A turnaround bridge will also be constructed on the east side of the new bridge. Council District: District 3. Learn more »

Chisholm Trail Parkway Traffic Signal Improvements

Traffic signal improvements will be constructed at four intersections: Forest Park Boulevard and IH-30 Montgomery Street and Vickery Boulevard West Vickery Boulevard and Clover Lane University Drive and Rosedale Street Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Dirks Road / Altamesa Boulevard

Dirks Road / Altamesa Boulevard from Bryant Irvin Road to Granbury Road will be reconstructed as a six-lane arterial that includes streetlights and sidewalks. Phase 1 from Bryant Irvin Road to Harris Parkway is completed. Phase 2 from Chisholm Trail Parkway to Granbury Road is currently in construction. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Double Eagle Extension

Double Eagle Boulevard is being extended from Fire Ridge to FM 156 as a four-lane undivided, roadway. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

East Allen/Maddox Bike Lanes

Bicycle infrastructure on East Allen/Maddox from I-35 to Cobb park will be installed. These improvements include bike lanes, routes, signals and other bicycle accommodations. Council District: District 8. Learn more »

East First Street & Bridge

East First Street will be reconstructed from Beach Street to Oakland Boulevard as a four-lane, divided arterial street and include a new bridge over the Trinity River. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

East Lancaster Street Lights

Existing lighting will be upgraded to new LED fixtures on East Lancaster from Riverside Drive to Loop 820. Council District: District 8. Learn more »

East Lancaster Traffic Signals

Traffic Signals located on East Lancaster Street at the following intersections will be reconstructed: Riverside Drive, Beach Street, Oakland Boulevard. Council District: District 8. Learn more »

East Rosedale Street

This is Phase 2 of this project. East Rosedale from Miller Avenue to Stalcup Road will be reconstructed as a four-lane divided arterial street . Sidewalks, storm drains and streetlights are also included in the project. Council District: District 5, District 8. Learn more »

East Rosedale Street Retrofit

East Rosedale will be retrofitted with pedestrian amenities that include sidewalks, crosswalks, benches, trash receptacles, trees, lighting and a pedestrian plaza. Council District: District 8. Learn more »

East Rosedale Street from US 287 to Miller Avenue

East Rosedale Street from US 287 to Miller Avenue will be reconstructed as a four-lane street. Sidewalks, storm drain system, streetlights as well as traffic signals at US 287, Beach Street, Nashville Street, Vaughn Boulevard, Bishop Avenue, Ayers Street and Miller Avenue will be included in the project. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

FWWR Railroad Crossing Improvements

Railroad crossing surfaces will be repaired and/or replaced at the following locations: FWWR and Will Rogers Road North FWWR and Cockrell Avenue FWRR and Pafford Street FWRR and Bilglade Road FWRR and Suffolk Drive What are the locations Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Garden Acres Bridge Over I-35W

The existing Garden Acres Bridge over I-35W will be constructed as a six-lane divided arterial bridge. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Hemphill / Berry Urban Village

Streetscape improvements will be constructed on Hemphill Street from Bowie to Devitt streets (excluding the intersection of Hemphill and East Berry). Improvements include new sidewalks, curb and gutter, colored, textured concrete, pedestrian lighting, benches, trash receptacles, landscaping, irrigation, pavement enhancements, and public art features. This project is part of the revitalization effort for Hemphill / Berry Urban Village and the surrounding neighborhoods and businesses. Council District: District 8, District 9. Learn more »

Hemphill Lamar Connector

This project will construct the extension of Hemphill Street from Vickery Boulevard to Lancaster Avenue under the Union Pacific Railroad. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Henderson Street Improvements & Bridges

This project is part of the Trinity River Vision project. It includes design and construction of the three bridges that cross the new Trinity River By Pass Channel and the Fort Worth and Western Railroad at Henderson Street, North Main Street and White Settlement Road. Water, sewer and franchise utilities will also be relocated. Council District: District 2, District 9. Learn more »

Heritage Trace Parkway Roundabout at Harmon Road & Tehama Ridge

This project is located at the intersection of Heritage Trace Parkway and Tehama Ridge Parkway. Intersection improvements will be constructed that include a roundabout with lighting, pedestrian ramps and sidewalks. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Houston Street Parking Garage Renovations

Tenant space located on the street level will be prepared for leasing and occupancy. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Intersection Traffic Signals Rebuild Program

New warranted signals will be built at identified intersections, and upgrades and modifications to existing signals to meet signal standard requirements will be installed. These projects will enhance safety and efficiency and include new signal cabinets and controllers for installation of the new central system software. Flashing yellow arrow indicators, countdown pedestrian indicators, ADA compliant pedestrian push-buttons and 12-inch vehicular indicators will be added. Council District: . Learn more »

Interstate 35W

The Interstate 35W improvement project spans 10 miles in Fort Worth and includes a section that is currently ranked as the state's most congested roadway. Learn more »

Keller Haslet & Keller Hicks Improvements

Street improvements will be made on the following street segments: Keller Haslet Road from Park Vista Boulevard to the Union Pacific Railroad crossing Keller Hicks Road from Park Vista Boulevard to Katy Road Keller Hicks Road from IH-35W to Harmon Road Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Kimbo Road

Reconstruction of Kimbo Road from North Sylvania Avenue to Mesquite Road. Reconstruction will include new roadway, bike lanes, sidewalks and storm drain system. In addition, water and sewer lines will be rehabilitated or replaced as needed. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

Live Oak Street Connector

Live Oak Street will be realigned from near the intersection of East 1st Street to connect to East 4th Street. the connection will provide unimpeded ingress and egress to the surrounding neighborhood. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Marine Creek Parkway

Construction of a new four-lane, divided arterial will extend Marine Creek Parkway to Old Decatur Road from McLeroy Boulevard to Grayson Ridge Drive. Council District: District 2. Learn more »

Mark IV Parkway

Two new traffic lanes on the south side of Cantrell Sansom Road from Northbrook Elementary School to the intersection at Mark IV Parkway will be constructed so the roadway becomes a four-lane, divided arterial that connects to a multi-lane roundabout at the intersection. Reconstruction of both the north and south traffic lanes on Mark IV Parkway will occur so they align with the new roundabout and provide connectivity south of the intersection where a developer is constructing other improvements. Council District: District 2. Learn more »

McCart Avenue / McPherson Avenue

McCart Avenue from Risinger Road to McPherson Boulevard will be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial, and McCart Avenue from McPherson Boulevard to Twin Leaf Drive will be constructed as a two-lane, undivided roadway. McPherson Boulevard from West Cleburne Road to McCart Avenue will also be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial. Roundabouts will be constructed at the intersections of McCart Avenue and McPherson Avenue and McCart Avenue and North Crowley-Cleburne Road. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Miller / Wilbarger Intersection Improvements

Intersection improvements that will improve traffic operations and pedestrian safety are being installed on Wilbarger Street from Miller Avenue to US 287. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Montgomery Street

This 2014 bond-funded project is located on Montgomery Street from I-30 to Camp Bowie Boulevard. The existing arterial is scheduled to be reconstructed in coordination with the multipurpose arena and parking garage project. Design elements currently being considered include roadway layout, shared-use path, bike lanes, landscaping, water main lines and other parkway improvements. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Neighborhood Street Concrete Replacement

Removal and replacement of small sections of deteriorated concrete on existing concrete roadways. Damaged curbs, gutters and sidewalks associated with these damaged street sections may also be repaired, as appropriate. Learn more »

Neighborhood Street Maintenance

Repairs on neighborhoood streets. Learn more »

Neighborhood Street Rehabilitation

Neighborhood rehabilitation projects rehabilitate the existing asphalt roadway with new asphalt and replace damaged curbs and gutters. Existing driveway approaches and sidewalks may be reconstructed. Learn more »

North Beach Street

Construction of an additional travel lane in each direction on North Beach Street from Loop 820 to Fossil Creek is planned, and the existing travel lanes will be rehabilitated. The roadway will become a six-lane divided arterial street. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

North Riverside Drive

North Riverside Drive from North Tarrant Parkway to Old Denton Road will be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial street with roundabouts at Thompson Road and Summerfields Boulevard. The project will include new travel lanes, intersection improvements, drainage improvements, shared-use paths, sidewalks, street lights, bicycle lanes and/or rehabilitation of existing travel lanes, as appropriate. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

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. Funding contributions were made from Tarrant County, impact fees, Bell Helicopter and the City's 2007 Critical Capital Certificates of Obligations Program. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Old Decatur Road Reconstruction

One new travel lane in each direction on Old Decatur Road from Angle Ave to Loop 820, with a continuous left-turn lane will be constructed. Council District: District 2. Learn more »

Old Decatur Road from Boaz Road to McLeroy Boulevard

An arterial with bike lanes, sidewalks, storm drains and concrete pavement is being constructed Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Old Denton Road from Golden Triangle to Heritage Trace Parkway

A four-lane arterial will be constructed. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

Park Glen Street Improvements

Damaged street sections to be replaced. Learn more »

Parker-Henderson Road

The existing two-lane roadway from Mansfield Highway to Lifestyle Circle will be pulverized and and overlay applied. The roadway from Lifestyle Circle to David Strickland will be reconstructed and sidewalks installed on both sides of the street. Sidewalks will also be installed on the west side of the street from David Strickland to Kellis and on the east side of the street from David Strickland to Willow Springs. The existing bridge will also be replaced. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Parking Meters

Credit card based parking meters will be installed in the central business district. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Precinct Line Road at Walkers Branch Bridge Replacement

This project is a collaboration between the City of Fort Worth and Texas Department of Transportation. The existing bridge at Precinct Line Road and Walkers Branch Creek will be replaced. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

Precinct Line Road from Concho Trail to 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. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

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. Funding includes contributions from the Tarrant County 2006 Bond Program, State Funds and Federal Funds as well as the City of Fort Worth 2004 Bond Program Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Quail Road & Willard Road Improvements

Street improvements will be made on the following street segments: Quail Road from the pavement change to the south cul-de-sac Willard Road from East Loop 820 to Quail Road Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Railroad Crossing Intersection Repairs

Repairs are being made to railroad crossing surfaces that tie into the roadway. Locations include: Columbus Trail and the FWWR crossing Deen Road at the FWWR crossing Bolt Street at the FWWR crossing Page Avenue at BNSF crossing Westport Parkway at UPRR crossing Bell Spur and TRE crossing Council District: District 2, District 4, District 6, District 9. Learn more »

Ramsey Street Closure

Safety improvements will be installed at railroad crossings near the Ramsey railroad crossing. These crossings included: Ramsey Street at the UPRR crossing Capps Street at UPRR crossing Jessamine Street at UPRR crossing Page Avenue at UPRR crossing Morningside Street at UPRR crossing Shamblee Street at UPRR crossing East Butler at UPRR crossing Installation of safety improvements will facilitate the closing of the Ramsey Street crossing. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Randol Mill Road from Loop 820 to Precinct Line Road

Randol Mill Road from Loop 820 to Precinct Line Road will be reconstructed. Intersection capacity and safety improvements include widening of the roadway shoulders, adding a left-turn lane near Old Randol Mill Road and construction of a roundabout at Precinct Line Road. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Ridglea Urban Village Streetscape Improvements

The Ridglea Urban Village streetscape project seeks to enhance pedestrian facilities promoting a pedestrian-friendly environment within the Ridglea Urban Village. The streetscape improvements will occur in the public right-of-way at the intersection of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Westridge Avenue and include an enhanced pedestrian crosswalk, landscaping and irrigation, and water line replacement. Council District: District 3. Learn more »

Risinger Road from FM 731 (Crowley Road) to IH 35W

This project is design only. The Risinger Road from FM 731 (Crowley Road) to IH 35W will be designed as a four-lane, divided arterial with sidewalks on both sides of the street and include new traffic signals. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Shiver / Trace Ridge Bike lanes

Bike Lanes will be installed along Shiver Road and Trace Ridge Parkway so students can ride bicycles to Lone Star Elementary School. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

Sidewalks

Sidewalk and curb ramp installation in areas of high-pedestrian activity to fill gaps, address accessibility issues and extend the sidewalk network to improve safety and use. Learn more »

Signal Construction at Three Locations

New traffic signals will be constructed at the following intersections: White Settlement Road and University Drive Camp Bowie Boulevard and Las Vegas Trail Camp Bowie Boulevard and Cherry Lane Council District: District 3. Learn more »

Silver Creek Road Improvements

This project has been scheduled in two phases. Phase 1: Silver Creek Road from Live Oak Bridge to the Silver Creek Bridge. Construction on this segment of the roadway was completed June 30, 2015. Phase 2: Silver Creek Road from White Settlement ISD to the Live Oak Bridge and north to the City Limits. Phase 2 is in the early design phase. Improvements include intersection capacity and safety improvements, rehabilitation of the existing roadway and widening of the roadway shoulders. Council District: District 3, District 7. Learn more »

Six Points Urban Village Streetscape

The Six Points area (Race Street from the Race/Belknap/Riverside Intersection to Sylvania Avenue) will have streetscape improvements constructed. Phase I improvements include wide sidewalks, reversed-angled parking, pedestrian lighting, bike lanes, landscaping, decorative pavement, street furniture and public art. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

Six Points Urban Village Streetscape Improvements Phase II

This phase will begin after completion of phase I. Phase II of the Six Points project will construct streetscape improvements from the Race Street Six Points Intersection to Oakhurst Scenic Drive. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

South Central High Speed Corridor Quiet Zone

Upgrades at three railroad crossings in the South Central High-Speed Rail Corridor will be constructed. The crossings include West Seminary, West Butler and West Biddison at the railroad lines. Council District: District 9. Learn more »

South Main Street

The project includes a new concrete roadway; wider sidewalks lined with trees and historic lamp posts; upgraded water, sewer and stormwater utilities; protected parallel parking for adjacent businesses; dedicated lanes for bicyclists; and distinctive sidewalk sculptures by renowned artist Benito Huerta. Council District: District 8, District 9. Learn more »

Summer Creek Station

Pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure will be constructed to provide connectivity to the proposed transit station. Council District: District 6. Learn more »

Timberland & Park Vista Boulevards

This project will be constructed in three phases. Phase 1: Park Vista Boulevard from West Caylor Road to Timberland Boulevard and Timberland Boulevard from North Caylor Road to Park Vista Boulevard will be constructed as a new four-lane, divided arterial. Phase 2: Timberland Boulevard from Excelsior Lane to North Caylor Road will be constructed as a five-lane, undivided arterial. Phase 3: This phase will build Timberland Boulevard from Park Vista Boulevard to US 377 as a new four-lane, divided arterial. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

Traffic Signal Upgrades & Modifications

Forty-seven intersection traffic signals will be upgraded and modified. These improvements include installation of flashing yellow arrow signal lights, countdown pedestrian indicators, new vehicle indicators, pole painting and/or repair, and new traffic controllers. Council District: . Learn more »

Traffic Signals Communications Network

A traffic signal communications network will be installed citywide. This network will connect traffic signals to a central system so signals can be operated in real-time to help with traffic congestion and delays. Council District: . Learn more »

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. This project is funded from the Tarrant County 2006 Bond Program and Federal Highway Administration. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Trinity Boulevard Area Projects

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. Learn more »

Trinity Boulevard Street Lights

Forty street lights will be replaced or installed with new infrastructure and technology on Trinity Boulevard from House Anderson Road to FM 157 (Industrial Boulevard). Council District: District 5. Learn more »

UPPR Quite Zone Improvements along East Rosedale Cooridor

Railroad crossing improvements along the UPPR rail line and East Rosedale Cooridor will be made. Locations include: UPRR Crossing at South Ayers UPRR at Miller Avenue UPRR at South Hughes Avenue UPRR Crossing at South Tierney Road UPRR Crossing at Winnie Street UPRR Crossing at South Handley Drive Council District: District 5, District 8. Learn more »

UPRR Quiet Zone

The UPRR railroad crossing at Kroger Drive (US 377) and Wall Price Keller Road will be widened, and alternative safety measures will be added. The railroad signals will be moved, the amp upgraded, signage added and pavement markings installed. These improvements will make the intersection safer and meet the federal railroad Administration's regulations to establish a quiet zone. Council District: District 4. Learn more »

UPRR Quiet Zone at Winnie Street

A quiet zone will be installed at the UPRR railroad crossing on Winnie Street, and the street will be closed. Council District: District 5. Learn more »

Warning Flasher Maintenance & Upgrades

Warning flashers for Park Glen Elementary, Contreras Elementary, Kirkpatrick Elementary and Briscoe Elementary will receive maintenance and upgrades that include installing radar driver speed feedback technology. Work will take place during the summer after the school session is completed. Council District: District 2, District 4, District 8, District 9. Learn more »

West Risinger Road

Risinger Road from Crowley Road (FM 731) to McCart Avenue will become a new four-lane arterial. A four-lane divided roadway will be constructed from 800 feet east of McCart Avenue to Crowley Road (FM 731). This construction will include a quiet-zone ready railroad crossing, streetlights and a 10-foot, shared-use path. Council District: District 6, District 8. Learn more »

Westport Parkway

Intersection Improvements on Westport Parkway will include a roundabout at the intersection of Westport Parkway and Alta Vista Road as well as a roadway improvements to connect Westport Parkway to Keller Haslet Road. Council District: District 7. Learn more »

White Settlement Road

A left-turn lane will be built on White Settlement Road at the Silver Ridge Boulevard intersection. Improvements to the pavement, markings and signage improvements are also included in the project. Council District: District 3. Learn more »

Bond Projects

Visit the bond website to learn more about projects selected as part of the 2014 bond program.