The President George Bush Turnpike offers a significant east-west route within a major developing economic area in the northern half of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The 40-mile, six-lane, limited access expressway links commuters to high-tech corridors, corporate headquarters and other important destinations and gives motorists additional access to U.S. 75, the Dallas North Tollway, Interstate 35E, and I-635. The toll road also offers an alternative route to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
The eastern extension of the Bush Turnpike opened in December 2011, carrying traffic from the former eastern terminus of the toll road at State Highway 78 in Garland through Sachse and Rowlett, across Lake Ray Hubbard to the interchange at I-30. Learn more in this brochure.
The new 11.5-mile western extension of the Bush Turnpike in Grand Prairie expands the PGBT to nearly 52 miles. Open to traffic in October 2012, it now provides a link that extends the existing PGBT from south of SH 183 south to I-20.