The Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway opened in 1969 to accommodate an average of 180,000 vehicles daily. Now Texas Department of Transportation daily counts on I-635 hover around 270,000 as motorists travel between Grapevine and Dallas for work and play.
After hitting road blocks in recent years, the developer for Grapevine’s second largest piece of undeveloped commercial land received a green light from the city to build a hotel near the intersection of Hwy. 26 and Bass Pro Court.
A new year will usher in new traffic pattern changes along the Southlake Boulevard/FM 1709 and Northwest Hwy. bridges between Southlake and Grapevine as NorthGate Constructors begins major work in the area.
The Grapevine City Council on Tuesday night heard a brief update on the proposed TEX Rail, a commuter rail line connecting Southwest Fort Worth to Grapevine and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.