Tag Archives: Enhance Regional Mobility

Road Construction Boom Continues in Arlington

As many of you know, “Enhancing Regional Mobility” continues to be a priority of the Arlington City Council.  Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical to our success. Read the latest edition of the Enhance Regional Mobility newsletter to learn more about the Metro…

Major Road Construction Project’s Completion Celebrated

The City of Arlington is pleased to announce the completion of a significant road project designed to rebuild and repair streets and sewer in various areas. According to the project engineer, the 2012 Residential Rebuilds Project cost nearly $3.1 million. Construction began February 2014 and was completed in June 2015 and is tied to…

Arlington to Widen Stadium Drive to Six Lanes

The Stadium Drive project will move ahead after the Arlington City Council approved nearly $5.5M to widen the street from four to six lanes to improve traffic flow through the entertainment district. Stadium Drive, one of the gateways to the entertainment district and a link to I-30, will be widened between Division…

Traffic Update: Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project

New traffic detours related to the Tri Schools Street Improvements project are scheduled to begin Friday, April 24, according to Arlington’s Public Works & Transportation Department. Ledbetter Road between Curry Road and Blue Forest Drive will be opened to one-way traffic from Ledbetter Road to Blue Forest Drive.  Ledbetter Road between Blue…

Improvements on the Horizon for City of Arlington

Last fall, Arlington voters approved $236 million worth of improvements to streets and roadways, libraries, parks and fire facilities. Work will begin this year on that project list, which includes four major categories and represents all areas of the City. The bond package was the largest in Arlington’s history and it…

Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project Nears Half-Way Mark

The City of Arlington’s $16 million Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project is nearly 50% complete and remains on schedule and on budget. Since the project started in June 2014, crews have completed approximately $6 million of the $16 million project. Arlington’s Public Works Department expects the project to wrap up by next summer. Crews are improving…

Read the Latest ‘Enhance Regional Mobility’ Newsletter

As many of you know, “Enhancing Regional Mobility” continues to be a priority of the Arlington City Council. Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical because of our central location within the region and important to growing our economy. To learn more about…

Enhancing Regional Mobility: How Two Roadway Projects Will Impact Arlington

Two big road construction projects are set to start in 2015/2016 and both will have significant impacts on traffic in Arlington, bringing improved safety, mobility and traffic flow. Both multimillion dollar projects support the Arlington’s City Council’s priority of “Enhancing Regional Mobility” and will dovetail with the $80 million worth of projects the…

TxDOT Median Project Begins Next Week

Next week, work will begin on the TxDOT Median Project on FM157. Various lanes on Cooper Street between Mitchell and Pleasant Place will be closed for construction. The contractor will close the inside lanes for the median work, and close outside lanes for the sidewalk, ramp, and driveway work. Arlington Public Works…

East Arlington Residential Street Projects Finished

Lovers Lane Before & AfterArlington Public Works & Transportation has finished work on two residential street projects in The American Dream City, enhancing mobility for drivers in the City. Lovers Lane was fully reconstructed with concrete pavement from Collins Street to Wynn Terrace. Lackland Drive was also fully reconstructed with concrete pavement…