Mountain Creek Lake Bridge (MCLB)

The Mountain Creek Lake Bridge has helped support economic development in the area by providing a direct and convenient east-west crossing of Mountain Creek Lake between the Oak Cliff section of Dallas and the City of Grand Prairie. Linking communities in the southern part of Dallas County with those in Tarrant County, the two-lane bridge provides convenient access to tourist attractions, sports venues and other destinations in Arlington and Tarrant County. The bridge is 7,425 feet long, with the full roadway extending 2.5 miles across the lake from the intersection of Spur 303 and Southeast 14th Street in Grand Prairie to the intersection of Spur 303 and Mountain Creek Parkway in Dallas. The bridge opened to traffic in April 1979.

IMPROVEMENTS UNDERWAY ON MOUNTAIN CREEK LAKE BRIDGE
Beginning in April 2018, construction crews working for the North Texas Tollway Authority will make improvements to the MCLB Mountain Creek Lake Bridge (Spur 303). The work includes pavement repairs and replacing the toll gantry. The project will take one year to complete.

More details are available here.

If you have questions about this project, please contact our office directly via email at projects@ntta.org or by calling 972-628-3134.

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