Chisholm Trail Parkway Description
The Chisholm Trail Parkway, a 27.6-mile toll road extending from downtown Fort Worth south to Cleburne, is now open. More than 50 years in the making, the project was a collaboration between the North Texas Tollway Authority, Texas Department of Transportation, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), Tarrant and Johnson counties, along with the cities of Fort Worth, Burleson and Cleburne, and Western Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad. View the Chisholm Trail Parkway map.
Here's What Drivers Are Saying About CTP
The Chisholm Trail Parkway was an idea more than 50 years in the making. Now that the toll road is open to the public, connecting drivers to their destination is faster, safer and easier. See what is being said about mobility on the CTP.
"A commute that normally takes 40 minutes took less than 20 minutes…Once it is totally landscaped and complete it will be a perfect asset for Fort Worth, Tarrant County and Johnson County. A true work of art." J. Jordan, Fort Worth
"I took the Chisholm Trail Parkway to work this morning and it was fantastic. Thanks for building it for me! My normal commute takes me around 40 minutes. Today, I arrived at work about 10 minutes earlier…Love it – got my TCU toll tag and everything." Michael W., Fort Worth
Please note: NTTA would like to clarify an important detail about the Chisholm Trail Parkway and the tolls currently charged for toll road travel. There are no free tolls on the Chisholm Trail Parkway. Motorists using the Chisholm Trail Parkway are being assessed the toll based on their travel, with TollTag customers receiving the lowest rate – ZipCash customers pay at least 50 percent more for their tolls.
Drivers who wish to calculate the savings of driving on the Chisholm Trail Parkway with a TollTag can do so by using the Toll Rate Chart.
The corridor team has developed a series of maps, using 2010 aerial photographs of the project area, to help interested citizens understand how CTP will intersect with existing roadway infrastructure. You can now click on the following links to download any one of the nine maps of various segments along the corridor:
Map 1 – Interstate 30 to Hulen Street
Map 2 – Hulen Street to Overton Ridge Road
Map 3 – Overton Ridge Road to Sycamore School Road
Map 4 – Sycamore School Road to the future Cleburne-Crowley Road
Map 5 – Future Cleburne-Crowley Road to County Road 920
Map 6 – County Road 920 to County Road 1016
Map 7 – County Road 1016 to Timber Top Trail
Map 8 – Timber Top Trail to County Road 901
Map 9 – County Road 901 to US 67
Map 10 – Overall corridor map
Construction of the entire corridor is underway
Estimated project cost: approximately $1.4 billion
Estimated NTTA cost: $859.8 million