Project Updates


Chisholm Trail Parkway  Update

The Chisholm Trail Parkway Update is a weekly email that provides the latest news about the road’s continuing progress and information about major traffic pattern changes. By subscribing to the Update, you also will receive the monthly Corridor Progress Report for the toll road.  Subscribe now or read past issues. 

Community E-Newsletters

Community-specific newsletters to provide updates about construction in particular areas of the Chisholm Trail Parkway have also been created.   


 Progress in Pictures

Camera icon.pngPhoto Slideshow - View photos of the Chisholm Trail Parkway project construction.
NEW video of Chisholm Trail Parkway in Johnson County - Here's the latest view of the southern 13 miles of the Chisholm Trail Parkway filmed in January 2014. 
Video Gives a Bird's Eye View of the Chisholm Trail Parkway in Johnson County - This video, filmed in July 2013, visually captures the construction progress on the southern 13 miles of the Chisholm Trail Parkway from U.S. 67 near Cleburne north to FM 1187.


Community Meetings

A project of this magnitude will affect many people, some who live or work near the future Chisholm Trail Parkway corridor as well as others who are just passing through. The NTTA is working with our partner organizations, including the Texas Department of Transportation and the City of Fort Worth, to make project information available to the public. Community meetings will be held, when needed, in different areas along the corridor in both Tarrant and Johnson counties. 

For additional information about the Chisholm Trail Parkway, please email us at  You may also call our Tarrant County office at (817) 916-5105 or our Johnson County office at (817) 202-9384.

B.I.G. Meetings with the Business Community

Working with the community, the NTTA created Business Information Groups (B.I.G.s) to keep business owners up-to-date on the project and anticipated construction schedules.  The groups focus on three key areas of construction:  south Fort Worth, I-30/downtown Fort Worth and Hulen Street bridge area.