Commissioner Mike Cantrell
District 2
City of Dallas

Belt Line at Dallas North Tollway (Intersection)
(City of Dallas, bordering the Town of Addison)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:
City of Dallas

Description:
Intersection improvements over and around the Dallas Parkway.

Cost and Funding:
The costs of the project is unknown at this time, as the scope or plan has not been fully developed.  Funding commitments of $4,190,875 include $838,174 from Dallas County and $3,352,701 from the City of Dallas.

Current Status:
The City of Dallas and the Town of Addison are continuing to study the area and the options.  More funding is necessary and will have to be identified as well.

Alpha Road – Noel to Preston Road
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:
Dallas County

Description:
Improvements to Alpha Road from Noel to Preston Road.

Cost and Funding:
At this time, the project is estimated to cost $10,168,000 with Dallas County committed to $2,542,000 and the City of Dallas funding level of $7,626,000.

Current Status:
The City of Dallas is in the process of finalizing the scope of the project.

IH 635 – Luna Road to US 75
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:
LBJ Express Group

Description:
This projects is to provide pedestrian improvements along the corridor at various locations crossing IH635.

Cost and Funding:
Project is projected to cost $10,000,000 and Dallas County is contributing $3,000,000 while the City of Dallas is providing $7,000,000.

Current Status:
Construction is underway.

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Norh Central on-Street Bike Route
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:
City of Dallas

Desciption:
To place bike lanes (on-street) along Boedeker Drive from Southwestern to Northaven and along Northaven Road from St. Michaels to Park Central Place.
Some segments will have bike lanes, while other segments will have shared lane pavement markings. Will connect to Northaven Trail, North Park Mall, and University Park.

Cost and Funding:
Total cost is $200,000 with Dallas County and the City of Dallas each contributing $100,000.

Current Status:
Coordination ongoing with University Park and Highland Park as there is a need to connect south to Katy Trail at Airline Road. Project is still in design phase.

Keller Springs at Westgrove
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Winter 2014

Lead Agency:
Dallas County

Description:
A joint $50,000 feasibility study was completed with the support of surrounding residents and Council members for the installation of a roundabout intersection to calm the traffic. The total project costs is estimated to be $700,000.

Cost and Funding:
At this time, Dallas County is contributing $325,000 and the City of Dallas has committed $375,000 to the project.

Current Status:
Additional funding will need to be identified by the City of Dallas, as well as a final decision about whether this will be a Round-A-Bout intersection, or a “walk-up” station for the future Cotton Belt Rail line

Katy Trail, Phase VI
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Winter 2014

Lead Agency:
City of Dallas

Description:
Expansion of the Katy Trail from Glenco Park to Worcola Street.

Cost and Funding:
The total cost is $8,500,000 and the project has been funded by Dallas County with $1,000,000, the City of Dallas at $1,000,000, and from a contribution of the North Central Texas Council of Government in the amount of $6,500,000.

Current Status:
The City of Dallas has advised that the construction contract is in the process of being re-bid. 




Conceptual view of pedestrian bridge over Mockingbird Lane

Northaven Trail
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Spring 2014

Phase 1
Preston Road to Low 5 Trail Junction
(Cottonwood, White Rock, SoPac)
*Includes Bridge over US75

Phase 1A (completed in 2012 by the City of Dallas) which runs from Preston going east to Valleydale {2 miles in length}

AND

Phase 1B -Connection to Low 5 (which is a planned and Dallas County led extension from the existing Phase 1 over US75 to the Low 5) {Approximately 1 mile}

Phase II
Walnut Hill DART Station @ Denton Drive to Preston Road

Approximately 6.25 miles in length

Phase 2A – Preston to as far west as funding will build, ideally somewhere between Midway and Welch.

Phase 2B – Continues from where Phase 2A leaves off and heads to just east of Webb Chapel Road.

Phase 2C – portion within Commissioner District 4 which includes the connection at Walnut Hill DART Station at Denton Drive

Total Costs:

$14 million

Total Costs:

$8 million (Phases 2A and 2B)

Funding:

Dallas County - $7,000,000 (available through the Major Capital Improvement Program for years 2014, 2017, and 2018)

City of Dallas - $7,000,000 ($2million already completed for Phase 1A, with remaining to come from bond funds)

Funding:

Dallas County - $4,000,000 ($3.5 million available through Major Capital Improvement Funds for years 2014 and 2016, with the remaining to come from MCIP Funds)

City of Dallas - $4,000,000 ($1.7 million available from 2012 Bond Election)

Current Status:

Phase 1A
Section from Preston to Valleydale is complete.

Phase 1B
-Preliminary design began in 2013
-ROW needs to be secured and approval from TXDOT to construct bridge over US75 still needed

Current Status:

Staff is continuing to work with Design Team (Urban Engineers) on various ideas.

Estimated Construction Start:

Dependent on funding availability.

Estimated Construction Start:

Construction on Phase 2A is likely to begin in 2015; Phase 2B can begin when funding is secured.

Estimated Complete Date:

Dependent on funding availability.

Estimated Complete Date:

Phase 2A will take approximately 18 months from start of construction.

Mockingbird Lane Pedestrian & Bike Bridge
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Summer 2013

Lead Agency:

Dallas County

Description:

A pedestrian trail and bridge at the north end of White Rock Lake along Mockingbird from West Lawther to East Lawther.  This new bridge diverts bicycle & pedestrian trail traffic from the Mockingbird main lanes and freed up the existing right lane for vehicular traffic.

Cost and Funding:

Project cost was $2.4 million and Dallas County and the City of Dallas shared the cost 50/50.

Current Status:

The project was completed in March 2006 and in March of 2007, it was turned over to the City of Dallas for future maintenance.

PROJECT COMPLETED!

     
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Northwest Highway/Loop 12 (Lawther to West of Buckner Blvd.)
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Winter 2014

Lead Agency:

TXDOT

Description:

The old bridge structure was considered a flood zone and has on numerous occasions been completely under water in the event of heavy rains.

The new road is a bridge partially supported by various embankments and berms, and includes enhanced stone roadway bridge columns and custom designed traffic rails. Trail connections from the existing city trail system have been made to connect the east and west ends. Gateway monuments are now a feature at each end of the roadway project. The actual roadway now provides 3 lanes of traffic in each direction.

Cost and Funding:

$36.9 million – primarily paid for with TXDOT funding. The City of Dallas and Dallas County each contributed $1.3 million for the connecting trail segments under and around the bridge.

Current Status:

Project Completed in 2013!

Northwest Highway/Loop 12 Project Photo

SoPAC - East Dallas Veloway and YMCA Pedestrian Bridge
(City of Dallas)
Last updated Summer 2013

Phase III YMCA Pedestrian Bridge
Scope:
Lakewood Blvd. to DART LRT near Mockingbird Lane and Fisher Road 1.7 miles, including 3 bridges
Scope:
Connects Santa Fe (Ph.I) over to Gaston Avenue along the parking lot of the old YMCA; includes approximately 100 feet of bridge and 850 feet of trail
Total Costs:

$2,945,000 *excludes lighting, major landscaping, irrigation & amenities (Construction $2,340,000 plus design and testing)

Total Costs:

$1,130,000 *excludes lighting, major landscaping, irrigation & amenities (Construction $750,000 plus design and testing)

Funding Available:

$1,850,000 (PY2013) County
$1,850,000 - City (Nov 2012 bond funds)

Funding Available:

$325,000 (py2013) County
$325,000- City

Current Status:

- Preliminary Design/Conceptual Design & Master Plan underway
- County consultants leading preliminary design Wilbur Smith

Current Status:

- Preliminary Design/Conceptual Design & Master Plan underway
- County consultants leading preliminary design Wilbur Smith

Estimated Construction Start:
Pending bond sale - hopefully sometime in 2014

Estimated Construction Start:
Construction Starts Winter 2013
Estimated Completion Date: To be determined Estimated Completion Date: 12-18 months from start of construction

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