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June 3, 2014

Chisholm Trail Parkway


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Chisholm Trail Parkway is a 27.6-mile toll road extends from Tarrant County to Johnson County, starting from Fort Worth's central business district at Interstate 30 and continuing to U.S. 67 in Cleburne. Initial construction on the CTP began in April 2010, and the road opened to traffic on May 11, 2014.


Adjacent to the CTP, the Texas Department of Transportation has constructed local access improvements to Interstate 20/State Highway 183 (Southwest Boulevard). $117 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds were used to pay for what is referred to as Section 3A.


Some construction continues on CTP and TxDOT's Section 3A. Project updates will continue to be provided in this newsletter.


Two more Chisholm Trail Parkway ramps now open   

Traffic Alert  
Motorists in south Fort Worth now have two more ramps that they can use to enter or exit Chisholm Trail Parkway:


●   Southbound entrance ramp from Sycamore School Road

●   Northbound exit ramp to Sycamore School Road


All main lanes of the CTP are open, and traffic is moving between Fort Worth and Cleburne, but a few construction tasks will continue through the end of the year. The following access points are still under construction and will open in phases by the end of the year: 


*       Interstate 30 direct connectors near Summit Avenue

*       Forest Park Boulevard

*       Edwards Ranch Road - Northbound entrance ramp

*       I-20/State Highway 183 interchange direct connectors


Most notably, the direct connectors at I-20 and I-30 are still in progress. Drivers wanting to use the CTP where it crosses these highways can still easily make a connection.



*       I-30 from CTP - Take the Montgomery Street exit off northbound CTP and continue on Montgomery Street to access I-30.

*       CTP from I-30 - Exit University Drive from I-30, continue southbound on University Drive, turn westbound onto Vickery Boulevard and proceed to the CTP access ramp.


I-20/SH 183

*       I-20/SH 183 from CTP - Exit Overton Ridge Boulevard and Arborlawn Drive, continue on the frontage road to access I-20 and SH 183.

*       CTP from eastbound I-20/SH 183 - Exit Bryant Irvin Road, continue on the eastbound I-20 frontage road, and east on Overton Ridge Boulevard to enter CTP.

*       CTP from westbound I-20/SH 183 - Exit Bryant Irvin Road, make a U-turn at Bryant Irvin Road, continue on the eastbound I-20 frontage road, and turn east on Overton Ridge Boulevard to enter CTP. 

Road Work Ahead Sign I-30 work taking shape  

Though CTP is open to traffic, there are still some portions of the roadway that are still under construction, including work at Interstate 30, west of downtown Fort Worth.


During the week of June 2, crews will set beams at night for the new direct connectors linking the new toll road to I-30, which will require the eastbound I-30 entrance ramp from University Drive to be closed. The closure will be in effect nightly from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. through the morning of June 9.

CTP artwork being installed   

Installation has begun on one of CTP's most unique features: the mosaic monuments highlighting some of the area's native water fowl. Artists from Germany will be on-site for more than a month to complete the large-scale artwork sponsored by the City of Fort Worth. The endeavor includes six bridge monuments, each one placed at the points where CTP crosses water at the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, and 10 additional column markers at other CTP water crossing locations.


The areas where the artists will be working are considered "work zones." Lane/ramp closure information will be posted. Please drive carefully in those areas.

Clearing Confusion: Chisholm Trail Parkway tolling in effect   

NTTA would like to clarify an important detail about tolls on the Chisholm Trail Parkway. Motorists using the Chisholm Trail Parkway are being assessed the tolls based on their travel, with TollTag customers receiving the lowest rates - ZipCash customers pay 50 percent more for their tolls. Learn more. 

Monthly ZipCash billing coming soon  

NTTA will introduce a streamlined monthly billing statement to help ZipCash customers - NTTA customers who choose to pay by mail at a 50 percent higher rate - track their expenses and make payments on time. Learn more. 
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