Tarrant County Transportation Bond Program

  • Project typeStreet & Transportation Improvements
  • Project value$404,100,000
Street & Transportation Improvements

Fort Worth has proposed several dozen projects to be considered as part of a $400 million transportation bond program being developed by the Tarrant County Commissioners Court. The bond program will go before voters countywide in November.

In 2006, Tarrant County voters approved a $200 million transportation bond program that funded improvements to many roadways in the county.

Fort Worth’s Transportation & Public Works staff has reviewed the county’s bond policy, criteria and three main funding categories to identify eligible projects with the best opportunity for county bond funding.

The city would be required to provide at least a 50% local match of the total cost of each project. The proposed 2022 city bond program funds are expected to provide the bulk of the local match, along with available transportation impact fee funds and other sources as available.

Tarrant County will establish a project evaluation committee to develop a priority list of projects that will be sent to the Commissioners Court for approval.

These projects have been identified for city funding and Tarrant County bond funding:

  • Arterials, 12 projects with a $302,200,000 total project cost.
  • Intersections, 12 projects with a $32,800,00 total project cost.
  • Traffic signals, 15 projects with a $9 million total project cost.
  • Grade-separated railroad crossings, $60 million total project cost.


The city’s identified projects total $404,100,000, with $204,500,000 of that amount coming from the city’s 2022 bond and other funding sources. View maps of currently proposed projects(PDF, 5MB).



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