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Described by state transportation leaders as the most comprehensive and complex project of its type in the country, the 13.3-mile LBJ Express project encompasses improvements along I-635/LBJ Freeway and I-35E/Stemmons Freeway.
The LBJ Express project features some of the most innovative congestion-management solutions in the country. By employing new tolled TEXpress Lanes we offer drivers a choice in their daily commutes. And by introducing variable fluctuating pricing based on traffic demand, the LBJ Express enables drivers to maintain a more predictable rate of speed. The idea is CHOICE! You have safer, reconstructed general highway lanes, fully-optimized frontage roads, and new and reliable TEXpress Lanes that offer you a convenient trip from one end of the project to the other.
On I-635, there are continuous frontage roads, general highway lanes (four in each direction) and new tolled TEXpress Lanes (up to three per direction) from Luna Road to Greenville Avenue. In addition, enhancements made to I-35E allows you to bypass the I-35E/I-635 interchange and travel from I-635 south to the I-35E/Loop 12 split and north to just before Valley View Lane on a total of four elevated TEXpress Lanes (two in each direction).
Be sure to visit our maps section for helpful illustrations of our entrance and exit ramps, get average toll rates for each tolling segment open under 'Pricing,' and check out the 'How to Use TEXpress Lanes' video.
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about the LBJ Express project.