City Engineers are currently working on the design of the E. Bailey Boswell Road reconstruction and bridge project approved by voters in May of 2013.
Bonds have been issued and funds received for design of the project and construction of Phase 1 between Highway 156 and Ash Meadow.
The drawing above shows the construction phasing and tentative time schedule for completion. This schedule allows time for design and coordination of the bridge construction with TXDOT and the railroads.
The project involves reconstructing E. Bailey Boswell Road from a 4 lane asphalt road to a 4 lane divided concrete road with a 2 lane bridge across the railroad tracks and Saginaw Boulevard.
The design will allow for 2 additional lanes to be added to the roadway when needed.
The bridge project will be built with the funds approved by City voters and a $4 million contribution from Tarrant County Precinct 4 Commissioner J.D. Johnson’s office.