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Upcoming Projects

UPCOMING TRAIL PROJECTS

Chalk Hill Trail

City of Dallas

This project will utilize a former railroad corridor to create one of the first trails in West Dallas. This 3.8-mile trail project, which will offer people scenic views typically not associated with the Dallas area, is currently being designed. Construction should begin in 2019.
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Campion Trail to MacArthur Blvd.

City of Irving

This project adds another two miles to the already seven-mile northern segment of the Campion Trail so that it will extend beyond MacArthur Boulevard and connect with the City of Coppell. Design for the project has been completed, and its construction is currently being bid.  It is anticipated that construction should begin Fall 2017 and be completed witin about one year.
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SoPac Trail/East Dallas Veloway (III/IV)

City of Dallas

Another project that will utilize a former railroad corridor, this five-mile trail will provide cyclists, runners, and walkers with yet another route for reaching and connecting with the White Rock Lake area. The first three-mile phase of this project (from Northwest Highway to beyond Royal) is presently under construction. The construction of the second phase (from about Lawther to Mockingbird) is scheduled to occur Fall 2017.
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Honey Springs-Cedar Crest Trail

City of Dallas

This project utilizes Oncor right-of-way, City of Dallas park property, and on-street connections to create an eight-mile trail in the southern part of Dallas that connects with neighborhoods, schools, and a DART station. Design has been completed, and the construction is currently being bid.  It is anticipated that construction should begin in Fall 2017 and be completed within about one year. 
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Under 80 Trail

City of Mesquite

Befitting its name, this project travels under US Highway 80 to connect two currently existing trails together so that a continuous fifteen-mile trail experience can be created. Project design is nearly complete and is awaiting the acquisition of two easements.   Once these easements are acquired (hopefully by the end of 2017), it will be possible to begin bidding the project's construction.
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