Transportation Bond Programs

2021 Program

With voter passage of Proposition A on November 2, 2021, Tarrant County is proceeding with implementation of the 2021 Transportation Bond Program (TBP).  The Bond Policy approved by the Commissioners Court  provides additional information about the elements and requirements of the 2021 TBP.

On August 3, 2021, the Commissionrs Court accepted the below prioritized list of projects recommended by the cities and the Project Evaluation Committee (PEC) for funding in the Call for Projects funding catergory.  Every municipality that submitted a proposed project has at least one project recommended for funding.

TPB 2021 Project List - Call for Projects Funding Category 
TPB 2021 Project Map - Call for Projects Funding Category
TPB 2021 Project Fact Sheets - Call for Projects Funding Category

Funding to the cities through the 2021 TBP is now dependent upon: 1) issuance of bonds; and 2) the execution of Funding Interlocal Agreements (ILAs). On May 24, 2022, the Commissioners Court took action to authorize the sale of bonds to raise $225 million for the 2021 TBP.  On July 12, the Commissioners Court approved professional service agreements with consultants related to the preparation of the Funding ILAs and the development of the Countywide Initiatives and Partnerships funding category.  For further information, refer to the update letter below.

TPB 2021 Status Update Letter - August 26, 2022   

2006 Program

In 2005, the Tarrant County Commissioners Court initiated the development of a comprehensive bond program for voter consideration to include the construction of County buildings as well as improvements to the local transportation system. During this process, communities within Tarrant County were asked to identify transportation projects that met certain criteria. Tarrant County priorities emphasized projects that mitigate congestion and improve air quality. An independent citizens' review committee appointed by the Court reviewed submitted projects over a four-month period, culminating in a list of recommended projects. In 2006, the Court approved the recommended project list and allocated funding in four categories: local arterial improvements, transit-related improvements, improvements to projects on the Texas Department of Transportation's highway system, and commissioner discretionary road improvements.

If you have questions, please contact Randy Skinner, Transportation Director, at 817-884-1173 or rvskinner@tarrantcounty.com. Please direct any questions regarding invoicing for reimbursement requests to Mike Galizio, Planning Manager, 817-884-1653 or mjgalizio@tarrantcounty.com.

COMPLETED PROJECTS

     Arlington - Abram
     Arlington - Bowman Springs
     Arlington - Collins
     Arlington - Cooper at Mayfield
     Arlington - Green Oaks Ballpark Way to SH360
     Arlington - Green Oaks Lincoln to Ballpark Way
     Arlington - Lamar
     Arlington - Mansfield Webb at Silo
     Arlington - Matlock
     Arlington - Matlock at Mayfield
     Arlington - North Collins at Green Oaks
     Arlington - North Collins at Road to Six Flags
     Arlington - Pleasant Ridge
     Arlington - Randol Mill
     Arlington - South Cooper at Green Oaks
     Arlington - Stadium Drive (Chapman Cut-off to Division)
     Arlington - Stadium Drive Division to Abram
     Azle - Denver Trail
     Bedford/Colleyville/Euless - Heritage Avenue at Cheek-Sparger Road Intersection
     Benbrook - US377
     Colleyville - Bogart Street
     Colleyville - Glade at Pool
     Colleyville - Jackson at Cheek-Sparger
     Colleyville - John McCain at Pleasant Run
     Colleyville - Martin at Cheek Sparger
     Euless - Ash
     Euless - Gateway Boulevard
     Everman - Christopher Drive Reconstruction
     Everman - Over old U.Pacific ROW
     Forest Hill - Forest Hill Drive Pavement Repairs
     Fort Worth - East First Street
     Fort Worth - East Rosedale (IH 35W to US 287)
     Fort Worth - East Rosedale (US 287 to Stalcup)
     Fort Worth - Everman Parkway Reconstruction
     Fort Worth - FM156
     Fort Worth - FM 1187
     Fort Worth - Golden Triangle
     Fort Worth - Hemphill Street Extension
     Fort Worth - Precinct Line
     Fort Worth - SH183 Various Signals
     Grand Prairie - Great Southwest Parkway at IH20
     Grand Prairie - Lake Ridge Parkway
     Grand Prairie - Lynn Creek Pkwy
     Grand Prairie - Mayfield at SH360
     Grand Prairie - Ragland Road  
     Grand Prairie - Great Southwest Pkwy at Mayfield Rd Intersection
     Grapevine - Bass Pro Drive
     Grapevine - SH26
     Hurst - Bellaire
     Hurst - Melbourne
     Hurst - Various Signals
     Keller - Rufe Snow
     Kennedale - Bowman Springs
     Kennedale - Little School Road
     Kennedale - Sublett
     Mansfield - Callendar
     Mansfield - Debbie Lane
     Mansfield - East Broad Street
     Mansfield - Heritage Parkway
     Mansfield - US287 Frontage and Turnaround Bridges
     Mansfield - West Broad Street
     North Richland Hills - Davis at Mid-Cities
     North Richland Hills - Grapevine Highway at Harwood WITHDRAWN
     North Richland Hills/Keller - North Tarrant Parkway
     North Richland Hills - Rufe Snow Drive
     Richland Hills - Baker Boulevard (SH 183) Intersection Improvements
     Saginaw - Bailey Boswell Road Overpass
     Saginaw - Bailey Boswell Road Widening
     Saginaw - Longhorn
     Southlake - North White Chapel Boulevard Widening
     Tarrant County - Pearl Ranch Road Reconstruction
     Watauga - Starnes

   

 
This page was last modified on October 04, 2022

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