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June 23, 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.


Another ramp opens on Chisholm Trail Parkway   

Traffic AlertThe Chisholm Trail Parkway's northbound entrance ramp from Edwards Ranch Road opened to traffic on June 21 in Fort Worth. The ramp is located near Hulen Street, Clearfork Main Street and Bryant Irvin Road.


Construction crews continue to build direct-connector ramps at Interstates 30 and 20. These connectors will open as they are completed. All are anticipated to be open this fall, weather permitting.

Where to access Chisholm Trail Parkway   

CTP offers motorists multiple access points to major roads along the corridor through Tarrant and Johnson counties. The following is a list of entrances and exits that are open to traffic:


●   University Drive

●   Montgomery Street

●   Edwards Ranch Road

●   Arborlawn Drive

●   Overton Ridge Boulevard

●   Oakmont Boulevard

●   Altamesa Boulevard

●   Sycamore School Road

●   McPherson Boulevard

●   FM 1187

●   CR 920

●   FM 1902/FM 915 intersection

●   CR 913

●   FM 917

●   CR 904 

●   FM 1125

●   Sparks Road 

●   CR 1125

   U.S. 67


The following access points are still under construction and will open in phases over the next several months:


   Interstate 30 direct connectors near Summit Avenue  

   Forest Park Boulevard

   I-20/State Highway 183 interchange direct connectors


While parts of CTP will be under construction through fall 2014, drivers can connect between the toll road and major highways as follows:


Traveling between CTP and Interstate 30

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

   To access CTP from I-30 - Exit to Montgomery Street and continue south on Montgomery to CTP.


Traveling between CTP and Interstate 20/State Highway 183

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

   To access 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.

   To access 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.

Save big at the new Fort Worth TollTag store   

The Fort Worth TollTag store is now open. Nestled in the familiar Hulen Shopping Center at 4825 Overton Ridge Blvd. Suite 304, just south of Hulen Mall, it offers a convenient location and the same full service as other NTTA TollTag stores. Learn more

NTTA webcasts monthly board meetings 

Meetings also archived on NTTA website for later viewing    

In a continuing effort to keep the public aware of the most current information regarding the North Texas Tollway Authority, NTTA now webcasts its monthly board meetings, which are scheduled the third Wednesday of each month at NTTA's Plano headquarters.


Webcast viewers can follow the action as the public, stakeholders and NTTA staff address the board of directors with questions, concerns, plans, presentations and proposed actions regarding NTTA finances, projects, customer service and operations.


For those who cannot watch live, video will be archived on within 24 hours of each board meeting and will remain posted.


To watch NTTA board meetings on the web, go to
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