What is the SH 360 South Project?
The SH 360 South Project will add two toll lanes in each direction from approximately two miles south of I-20 near East Sublett Road to US 287. Continuous non-tolled frontage roads will be available the entire length of the project. The SH 360 South Project will also provide US 287 north and southbound mainlane bridges over SH 360, cross street improvements, and a portion of the US 287 northbound frontage road and ramps.
What is the need for this project?
State Highway 360 (SH 360) is a vital roadway connecting North Texas communities in Tarrant, Ellis and Johnson Counties. Traffic has significantly increased over the years to more than 55,000 daily drivers in the 9.7-mile corridor.
Where are the project limits?
The SH 360 South Project stretches from Green Oaks Boulevard to US 287 and incorporates portions of Arlington, Grand Prairie, and Mansfield.
When would construction begin, and how long will it last?
Construction began in fall 2015 with substantial completion in Spring 2018.
Why is the SH 360 South Project being built?
The purpose of the SH 360 South Project is to improve safety and mobility while connecting communities.
Who are the partners on the SH 360 South Project?
The SH 360 South Project is a partnership between the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT); the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA); the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG); Lane-Abrams Joint Venture (L|A JV); Ellis, Johnson and Tarrant Counties; and the cities of Arlington, Grand Prairie and Mansfield.
Who will oversee the SH 360 South Project?
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the Texas highway system and will oversee the construction of the SH 360 South Project.
Who will operate tolling once the SH 360 South Project is complete?
Once construction is complete, tolling will be the responsibility of the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA). Contact their Customer Contact Center at 972-818-NTTA(6882) or (817-731-NTTA(6882) or by email at email@example.com.
Who is the design-build (DB) contractor?
Lane-Abrams Joint Venture (L|A JV) is the design-build (DB) contractor for the SH 360 South Project. Lane-Abrams JV is a joint venture consisting of Lane Construction Corporation and J.D. Abrams.
What is the cost of the SH 360 South Project?
The cost for this design-build project is approximately$340 million.
What is a “design-build” project?
Design-Build is a method to deliver a project in which the design and construction services are contracted by a single entity known as the design–builder or design–build contractor. Design-build projects are used to minimize risks for the project owner and to reduce the delivery schedule by overlapping the design phase and construction phase of a project.
What improvements are included in the SH 360 South Project?
- Four-lane toll road between the existing SH 360 frontage roads
- 9.7-mile corridor from Green Oaks Boulevard to US 287.
- Continuous non-tolled frontage roads
- US 287 north and southbound mainlane bridges over SH 360
- Cross street improvements to allow for safer and easier traffic flow
- A portion of the US 287 northbound frontage road and ramps
What kind of construction and lane closures can I expect from this project?
The improvements being considered would primarily consist of construction between the current frontage roads. There will be bridges built at several key intersections along the project that will take drivers over SH 360. During the construction of the bridges, drivers will use detours around the area of the current crossings so that access can be maintained. After construction of the bridges, and the new frontage road between Heritage Parkway and US 287, the construction will be concentrated between the frontage roads and lane closures are expected to be kept at a minimum.
Where do I get answers for tolling questions?
The North Texas Tollway Authority handles all tolling inquiries. Contact their Customer Contact Center at 972-818-NTTA(6882) or (817-731-NTTA(6882) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I stay updated on construction and lane closures?
To receive updated information on construction and lane closures, visit our website, join the project Facebook page, follow the project on Twitter, call the project hotline at 817-225-4630 or sign up for our e-blasts.
I would like someone to speak to my group about the SH 360 South Project. How do I request a speaker?
To request a speaker, visit our website and click on Contact Us and complete the “Request a Speaker” form. Fill out the information requested, and we will promptly get back to you.
I am a contractor/construction company. How do I get on the project?
The SH 360 South Project not only welcomes contractors on the project, it encourages them to be a part of it. On the project website you will find more information about contract opportunities needed on the project. Fill out the contractor questionnaire to begin the process of working on the SH 360 South Project.
Who can I contact for more information?
For general project information and inquiries, you can sign up to receive our regular e-blast updates, call our project hotline at 817-225-4630, or contact TxDOT Public Information Officer Michael Peters at email@example.com.
When were the frontage roads built?
SH 360 frontage roads were constructed from south of I-20 to US 287 in three individual phases, with allowance for main lanes as traffic warrants. The first phase from south of I-20 to New York Avenue was completed in 1994. The second phase from New York Avenue to East Broad Street was completed in 1997. The third phase from East Broad Street to US 287 was opened in 2003. As the corridor has developed, TxDOT has worked with the cities of Arlington, Grand Prairie and Mansfield to fund intersection improvements, turn lanes and traffic signals to safely accommodate the increasing traffic demands.
Are further improvements planned for SH 360 south of I-20 and the SH 360/US 287 interchange?
The ultimate design for SH 360 south of I-20 includes an additional two lanes each direction north of Debbie Lane and an additional one lane each direction south of Debbie Lane. The ultimate design, which is currently unfunded, also includes a fully directional interchange at US 287.