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2010 Trinity Project Photo Contest

Trinity Project 2010 Photo Contest

2009 Trinity Project Photo Contest Winners

Featured above are the winning photographs of the 350 images entered into
the Trinity River Project 2009 Photo Contest.  Click Here for more on the
2009 contest and to view a Flash Video of the 2009 winning

NDNA Newsletter Winter 2009 Volume 12 Issue 7

Our website is designed to serve the community and has become the best means to communicate among the NDNA membership. This is the first time our newsletter has been distributed exclusively on-line from our website.

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Dallas Floodway Periodic Inspection
Report 9 (Draft)

The City of Dallas and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) announced the preliminary results of the Draft Dallas Floodway Periodic Inspection Report 9 (Draft Report).

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New ramp puts “Stonehenge” nickname to rest

New ramp connecting eastbound Keller Springs to Southbound Preston Road Now Open . . .

Ramp from Keller Springs Road to the southbound lane
of Preston Road is now open

Council members Ron Natinsky (District 12) and Linda Koop (District 11) were joined by officials from Dallas County and the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) to cut the ribbon on a new ramp connecting eastbound Keller Springs Road to southbound Preston Road. The ceremony was held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 5th.  The new $3.5 million ramp which improves safety and congestion issues at the Preston/Westgrove/Keller Springs interchange was funded with 20 percent state funds and 80 percent federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality funds. 

Construction for the project began in November 2005 and took two and a half years to complete. Construction delays resulted in a redesign process, and the large columns stood in place for several months, causing residents to nickname the project “Stonehenge;” a reference to the prehistoric ruins surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones in the English countryside.

The new ramp provides a direct connection for eastbound Keller Springs Road motorists with a southbound Preston Road destination. Previously, motorists had to travel north via the two-way connection between Westgrove Drive and Keller Springs and then make a u-turn at Westgrove to proceed southbound on Preston Road.

Phase II for the Preston/Westgrove/Keller Springs interchange includes additional improvements to provide better access for the area and further reduce delays.  Construction on those improvements is expected to begin in early 2009.

A short video of the ramp opening is included below. The video requires Windows Media Player to be installed on you computer and your internet browser must be setup to allow Active-X controls to be run. The Active-X control is what is used to stop, start, and control the Windows Media Player.

The video is a 2.39MB file; 1:06 minutes in length. To view the video, click on the play button. To download the video and play it later, click here.

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Preston Ridge Trail
Phase II

Preston Ridge trail Phase II Groundbreaking . . .

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Saturday, April 12, 2008

NE Corner of Meandering Way and McCallum

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