Feb. 3, 2016

Progress NTTA Update provides updates on construction and other news about major improvement projects on President George Bush Turnpike, Dallas North Tollway and Sam Rayburn Tollway. For more information on these projects, visit ProgressNTTA.org.

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Major Dallas North Tollway Closures Scheduled at Parker Road Feb. 6-7

Full DNT map To remove various overhead sign structures north of Parker Road, the north- and southbound DNT main lanes between Parker Road and Spring Creek Parkway will be closed at the following dates and times:
10 p.m.-midnight Saturday, Feb. 6 (Late night)
Two left lanes of north- and southbound DNT between Parker Road and Spring Creek Parkway closed.

12-5 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 7 (Early morning)
All lanes of north- and southbound DNT between Parker Road and Spring Creek Parkway closed.

Detour for northbound DNT traffic: Motorists traveling on northbound DNT will take the exit ramp to Parker Road and continue north on the frontage road. Motorists will be able to reenter DNT using the entrance ramp north of Spring Creek Parkway.
Detour for southbound traffic: Motorists traveling on southbound DNT will take the exit ramp to Spring Creek Parkway and continue south on the frontage road. Motorists will be able to reenter the DNT using the entrance ramp south of Parker Road.
Changeable message signs will be placed prior to lane closures in the construction area. Motorists are urged to use caution in the construction area and be aware of potential traffic delays. When needed, law enforcement officers also will be on duty to assist motorists.
NTTA appreciates the public's patience during the ongoing construction. All closures are subject to weather conditions and will be postponed, if necessary. As such, the NTTA has created a special website for construction. The public can stay informed about upcoming lane closures and traffic-related news along NTTA roadways by going to ProgressNTTA.org.
Business Leaders Meet with NTTA on DNT and PGBT Improvement Projects 
BIG MTGS in late Jan.

NTTA hosted another round of Business Information Group, or B.I.G., meetings in late January.
Attendees gathered on Jan. 26 to hear from the project engineers on the President George Bush Turnpike Bush Turnpike and Dallas North Tollway/Bush Turnpike interchange area. A second group from the Legacy Drive area met Jan. 27 to discuss improvements on the Tollway.  The next round of B.I.G. meetings will occur this spring.
The B.I.G.s are designed to keep business owners and managers updated on the progress of current construction on the Dallas North Tollway and the President George Bush Turnpike.
For additional information on the B.I.G.s or other project updates, contact us at ProgressNTTA@NTTA.org or 972-628-3134.
NTTA Opens State-Of-The-Art Safety Operations Center

New Facility Monitors More Than 950 Lane Miles of NTTA Roadways
With safety a top priority for the North Texas Tollway Authority, motorists can drive easier knowing NTTA roadways are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week from inside the new state-of-the-art Safety Operations Center (formerly the Command Center).
The new 6,400-square-foot SOC is housed in an area once used to sort coins collected for tolls. Within the space, the SOC features 21 video screens, capable of allowing SOC dispatchers to monitor nearly 2,000 cameras across the NTTA system at any given time. The cameras are part of NTTA's intelligent transportation system, which also includes pavement sensors and overhead electronic signs to deliver safety alerts and messages.
From inside the SOC, dispatchers continuously assess roadway conditions, which include looking for stopped vehicles and roadway debris. If a stranded vehicle, accident or any other hazard is detected, SOC specialists dispatch the nearest available Roadside Safety Services (formerly Roadway Customer Service) team member to provide assistance free of charge.
SOC staff handles 9-1-1 calls made on NTTA roads to ensure an accurate and timely response to all emergency situations.
NTTA's former Command Center space is being converted into a new emergency operations center to be used during inclement weather events (such as snow and ice) or other emergency situations.
The improvements are all part of NTTA's mission to provide a safe and reliable travel experience. If drivers find themselves in need of help on an NTTA road, they should call SOC at 214-224-2203 and help will be immediately dispatched.
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