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Trinity Strand Trail

Posted: 21 Sep 2018 00:29
by DPatel304
Friends, we are making the trail even better for you with 2.3 more miles planned for construction next year! You're just in time to make your donation. We are still $2,000 away from reaching our goal!

There is no better time to give than when you are giving with the community! Support the Trinity Strand Trail and make your donation this afternoon. All donations over $25 are eligible for gifts. Thank you!
https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/tri ... rand-trail

https://www.facebook.com/TrinityStrandT ... =3&theater

I'm not that familiar with this trail, so I'm not sure where this 2.3 mile portion is going to be. Also, aside from this Facebook post, I haven't seen anything regarding any more construction on this trail, so I'm not sure how accurate this is.

Re: Trinity Strand Trail

Posted: 21 Sep 2018 07:44
by tamtagon
This has been a thing for 5 or 10 years.... somewhere we've got a thread of thread tangent about it.

Re: Trinity Strand Trail

Posted: 24 Sep 2018 09:06
by cowboyeagle05
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You just have to look at the facebook page but they are planning a 2.5 expansion on the opposite side from the current concrete trail within the meanders.

The white line is the current concrete trail. The Yellow line connecting it to Inwood should be done already but I have no confirmation on that. It's 2.25 miles long along existing sidewalk areas and it could have been delayed for any number of issues including land acquisition etc. The green line that runs parallel to the white line on the opposite side of the meanders banks is the supposed expansion along with a segment to the Trinity levee along the last part of Turtle Creek Blvd connecting the trail to the Trinity River trail system. This expansion is on existing right of way so while it may be Phase 3 it could be completed faster than the Inwood station route.

Re: Trinity Strand Trail

Posted: 24 Sep 2018 10:27
by lakewoodhobo
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Phase 2 is what they're saying will start construction next year, which I think is a deviation from original plans to connect it to DART's Market Center Station. You'll now be able to take the trail along Harry Hines and maybe wave to a few hookers along the ride.

If the yellow line is the final route, it looks like from Harry Hines it'll turn NE on Medical District Dr in front of Parkland until it meets with DART. From there it follows the transit ROW past Parkland Station until it reaches Inwood. I like this plan much more than the original.

Re: Trinity Strand Trail

Posted: 29 Jul 2019 12:13
by lakewoodhobo
Over the weekend I noticed what looks like a trail under construction behind the Alta Design District (yellow line). It looks like it just branches off Hi Line Dr and would connect to either Edison St or Inspiration Dr.

It would be great if this were part of a larger project to connect Victory Station to the Design District under Stemmons (green line) but at this point I have no idea what's proposed, what's funded and what's under construction.

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