At a recent meeting of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), the Chapel Creek Neighborhood Association (CCNA) members were informed that the project to widen the Chapel Creek bridge over I-30 has been fully funded.
$6.3 million will come from federal funds and $3.6 million will come from City of Fort Worth funds. The CCNA was also notified that the design plans were completed and construction is scheduled to begin in November of this year and should be completed by November of 2016.
The Texas Department of Transportation informed the City of Fort Worth of a plan to do a traffic control light warrant study to help alleviate traffic flow and congestion over the current bridge. Traffic control lights would replace the current stop signs on both sides of the bridge.