Commissioner Mike Cantrell
District 2
City of Carrolton

Hutton Branch Trail
(City of Carrollton)
Last updated Winter 2014

Lead Agency:
City of Carrollton

Description:
This 10-12 feet wide paved trail extends the City’s hike and bike trail system from Josey Lane heading southwest to the Downtown Carrollton area. The city also plans to extend the trail system along the DART Green Line rail south to Crosby Road, just past the downtown retail, restaurant and entertainment area, and eventually connect the trail system with the Trinity Mills and North Carrollton/Frankford rail stations.

Cost and Funding:
$2,947,000 to be shared between Dallas County and the City of Carrollton.

Current Status:
The joint project with Dallas County was completed in 2013 and is now open to the public.

Hutton Branch Trail

(Photo courtesy of the Neighbors Go-Dallas Morning News)

I-35 @ Belt Line
(City of Carrollton)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:
The City of Carrollton and TXDOT in conjunction with overall master plan for I-35E.

Description:
Intersection and interchange improvements.

Cost and Funding:
The projected cost for this section is approximately $35 million. Dallas County will contribute $4 million from our Major Capital Improvement Program.  This segment will be a nice complement to the I35E project which will span from I-635 in Dallas County to US380 in Denton County.

Current Status:
The contract for development was signed in May 2013.  Utility relocations along the corridor will begin late summer 2013, and construction should begin soon after that.  It is anticipated that this project will be complete in late 2016. 

Beltline Interchange

(Photo courtesy of AGL Constructors, 35Express Project in draft form)


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