Workers will reportedly begin construction on a project to rebuild roadways and other areas near the airport.
Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) – Workers are expected to begin a major construction project near the DFW International Airport, which includes changes to State Highways 114 and 121. As reported by The Dallas Morning News, what is called the DFW Connector Project, set to begin Feb. 15, is expected to take four years to complete and cost $1.2 billion.
As noted in the report, work zone and speed limit reduction signs have already been placed throughout the area by the Texas Department of Transportation, which may affect the commute of drivers.
Selma Stockstill, a spokesperson for NorthGate Constructors, is quoted in the report as stating of the goals for the project, “The goal of the project is to improve safety and air quality.”
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