Dallas-Fort Worth residents have until Aug. 8 to provide input on the North Central Texas Council of Governments’ regional 10-year plan along with several other transportation initiatives.

What you need to know

Each year, the Regional Transportation Council approves an updated version of the regional 10-year plan, which identifies major projects in the area. A list of projects slated for progress between 2024 and 2033 is available online. The plan includes projects located throughout Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties.

At the same time, the Texas Department of Transportation is accepting public input on its own 10-year plan. The 2024 Unified Transportation Program features $100 billion in funding for transportation projects across the state. TxDOT is accepting public input until 4 p.m. Aug. 7.

The council of governments is also accepting public input related to several projects and funding opportunities meant to enhance air quality in the metroplex. Staff also provided an update on the D-FW Discovery Trail and Community Gardens Program Guide initiative.

Get involved

Staff from the council of governments hosted a meeting about the initiatives, which can be viewed online. Meeting materials and presentations can be viewed online until Aug. 8. Residents can submit a comment or question in the following ways:
  • Email [email protected]
  • Call 855-925-2801 (enter code 6357)
  • Text “nctcogJuly23” to 855-925-2801
  • Send a fax to 817-640-3028
  • Send a letter to P.O. Box 5888, Arlington, TX 76005-5888