Once The Trinity project vision becomes a reality, it will span numerous entities and noteworthy organizations. This is an extensive network of organizations, dedicated supporters and interest groups, each with a unique contribution to the completion of this $2 billion undertaking.
The City of Dallas, Trinity River Corridor Project
The City of Dallas works to reclaim the Trinity River, the Great Trinity Forest and the Dallas floodplain as a great natural resource, and to create both a unique public domain and a model of environmental stewardship.
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Texas Department of Transportation
In addition to identifying the need to replace the IH-30 and -35 bridges, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) continues implementation of their 1997 Trinity Corridor Major Transportation Investment Study to relieve critical traffic areas.
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Williams Brothers Construction, Inc., an industry leader since 1955, is the General Contractor for the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Respected across the state, Williams Brothers was recognized as the largest federal aid highway contractor in the U.S.
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
The City of Dallas partners with the U.S. Army Corps of engineers to ensure and protect the integrity of the Dallas Floodway System. They are working on the construction of the DFE and completing environmental studies for the DFS project.
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Dallas County and the City of Dallas collaboratively implemented the Dallas County Trail Plan, adopted by the Dallas County Commissioners in May 1997. This plan includes a network of recreational trails and is incorporated into the Balanced Vision Plan.
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J.D. Abrams, L.P.
J.D. Abrams, L.P., which specializes in heavy civil construction, will build the approaches for the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. With Williams Brothers, they will build this world-class cable stay bridge.
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North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)
The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) will partner with the Federal Highway Administration and the City of Dallas for the proposed Trinity Parkway, a nine-mile road relieving commuters off I-35Eat the SH-183 interchange U.S. 175/SH 310.
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North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG)
The Trinity River Executive Committee of NCTCOG oversees the Common Vision Program with its policy-level guidance to ensure a safe, clean, diverse and natural Trinity River.
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Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The Federal Highway Administrative selected and honored the Trinity Parkway as one of six transportation projects in the nation to be reviewed under the Environmental Streamlining process.
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