By the end of 2018, eight major Dallas-Fort Worth corridors will feature TEXpress Lanes and HOV/Express Lanes consisting of more than 120 miles. TEXpress Lanes will build a network within the North Texas region to better manage mobility and congestion relief. In the future, they will connect throughout the area to form a continuous system and offer drivers more choice in their daily commutes, as well as predictable travel speeds.
- LBJ Express (I-635/LBJ Freeway and I-35E) OPEN
- North Tarrant Express (Northeast Loop 820 and SH-121/183 Airport Freeway) OPEN
- DFW Connector (SH-114) OPEN
- I-30 (Tom Landry Freeway) Phase 1 of 3 OPEN
- NTE 35W (I-35W North Freeway)
- I-35E (from I-635/LBJ Freeway to US 380)
- Midtown Express (SH-183 Airport Freeway, SH-114 and Loop 12/Walton Walker Freeway)
In fall 2016, the HOV lanes on I-635 will transition into the 635 East HOV/Express Lanes (from US 75 to I-30) to allow both HOV and solo drivers to use this corridor. Tentatively in 2018, construction will begin to convert this corridor into TEXpress Lanes from US 75 to Miller Road and express lanes from Miller Road to I-30.
Download the North Texas TEXpress Lanes System Map