New CTP Banner
July 21, 2014

Chisholm Trail Parkway


(817) 916-5105


Lane and ramp closures:
(817) 207-0184 or


Learn more: Subscribe to monthly corridor progress reports   




  • Burleson
  • Cleburne
  • Fort Worth
  • Fort Worth and Western Railroad
  • Johnson County
  • North Central Texas Council of Governments
  • TxDOT
  • Tarrant County
  • Union Pacific Railroad

NTTA Projects in Progress  


NTTA Future Projects 




Scheduled Lane Closures


NTTA Roadways


CTP Project


Where To Get a TollTag


Cashless Tolling 


Toll Rates


Like us on Facebook


Follow us on Twitter



NTTA Customer Service

(817) 731-6882


NTTA Roadway Customer Service/Courtesy Patrol

(972) 444-4357 


NTTA Command Center
(214) 224-2203


Emergencies on the Roadway
Dial 911 immediately


NTTA Administrative Office
(214) 461-2000


Join Our Mailing List
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.


Ramp from I-20 to Chisholm Trail Parkway opens to traffic

The North Texas Tollway Authority opened the first of four direct-connector ramps between Chisholm Trail Parkway and Interstate 20 in south Fort Worth. Motorists are now able to travel from westbound I-20 to southbound CTP using the ramp. 


Additional ramps at the I-20/State Highway 183 interchange and at I-30 will open as they are completed by the end of the summer, weather permitting. 

Alternate routes connect to CTP during construction

A few ramps are still under construction and will open in phases over the next several months on CTP.


●   Interstate 30 direct connectors near Summit Avenue  

●   Forest Park Boulevard

●   I-20/State Highway 183 interchange direct connectors


In the meantime, try these alternate routes:


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

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

●   To 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 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.

Progress in Pictures

View of the CTP from the newly opened westbound I-20
to southbound CTP direct-connector ramp   
Cleburne resident wins ultimate road trip

Grand prize winner selected in NTTA'S Open Road Sweepstakes  


William D. Roden of Cleburne was selected as NTTA's Open Road Sweepstakes grand prize winner. Roden's summer plans include plenty of barbeque and beaches thanks to his new TollTag account.


Roden was randomly selected from thousands of entries to win the grand prize - a seven-night RV road trip for four  to anywhere in the state of Texas.


"I am very excited about winning the sweepstakes," said Roden. "We'll be going to Port Aransas with a few stops for barbeque in Llano, Austin and Lockhart. Thank you so much!"


One more all-expenses paid Texas mini road trip is still up for grabs. That winner will be announced Aug. 5. Customers opening new TollTag accounts are automatically entered for a chance to win. Current TollTag customers are also eligible to enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win.


The sweepstakes celebrates the opening of the 27.6-mile Chisholm Trail Parkway


"I love taking the new Chisholm Trail Parkway from Cleburne to Fort Worth. It's very convenient," said Roden.


Contest rules and entry information can be found at Be sure to follow NTTA on Facebook and Twitter for all NTTA news and contest updates.  
Are you ok to use your TollTag in OK?    
Do you have an NTTA sticker TollTag on your vehicle? Starting Aug. 10, you can use it to pay tolls when you travel on an Oklahoma Turnpike Authority toll road.  
NTTA customers with a sticker TollTag can now use OTA Pikepass lanes, which provide completely automated travel on all OTA roads, eliminating the need for motorists to stop and pay tolls at the higher cash rate. Learn more
Get a TollTag Today! 


Drive Safer, Smarter and Quicker with a TollTag.  Save up to 50 percent off the higher ZipCash rate when you travel with a TollTag. 
Get one today and start saving. Sign up today at