Note: This is not a TTA hosted event & is just here for your information.
The voter-approved 2018 bond program will provide $8.5 million to improve the right of way from the Trinity River west to University Drive for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and transit users.
Make plans to attend one of the upcoming community meetings to discuss the project.
Meetings are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. July 30, Aug. 6 and Aug. 16 at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Carl E. Everett Education and Administration Building Room 406, located at 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Information presented is the same at all three meetings.
Proposed improvements include upgraded traffic signals, pedestrian crossings, shared bus/bike lanes, a median, improved sidewalks and illumination improvements.
To learn more, contact Project Manager Mitch Aiton at 817-392-6591.
A Note from the Tarrant Transit Alliance:
A part of the proposed West 7th Redesign is a dedicated Bus & Bike lane. This lane will allow bikers to safely travel along the West 7th Corridor, and will give priority to city busses, including the proposed DASH circulator.
The DASH is a new circulator, proposed to begin service in spring of 2019. The DASH will showcase many exciting features, including 15-minute headways. This dedicated bus/bike lane is an important part of ensuring the success of this venture.
Your attendance at these public meetings is a great way to share your opinions on the overall re-design of the West 7th street area, while learning about what is proposed. Please plan on attending this event if you can.