Fort Worth to extend sidewalk along Heritage Trace Parkway

At its Sept. 10 meeting, Fort Worth City Council approved allocating an additional $510,000 to extend a sidewalk on the south side of Heritage Trace Parkway between I-35W and Feather Grass Lane. The project is in its design phase. Upon completion, it will connect existing sidewalks along the south side of Heritage Trace between the I-35W frontage road and Feather Grass. As part of the project, the city is also adding pedestrian push buttons at the street lights at the I-35W and Heritage Trace intersection.

Timeline: November 2020-June 2021

Cost: $510,000

Funding source: city of Fort Worth
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