The Texas Department of Transportation has made major progress addressing congestion in the state’s busiest corridors, including Hwy. 183 in the DFW area, said Phil Wilson, the agency’s executive director.
Plans for a new subdivision in Westlake and a $500 million development along Hwy. 114 that could include water taxis, town hall, an amphitheater, an assisted living center and more have residents flocking to meetings in an effort to stop them.
New highway projects worth $180 million would relieve bottlenecks by adding bridges to Grapevine Mills mall entrances from FM 2499 and lanes to Hwy. 121 north to Sam Rayburn Tollway, Grapevine and state officials said.