North Texas TEXpress Lanes Map

Eight major Dallas-Fort Worth corridors feature TEXpress Lanes and HOV/Express Lanes consisting of more than 120 miles. TEXpress Lanes build a network within the North Texas region to better manage mobility and congestion relief. They connect throughout the area to form a continuous system and offer drivers more choice in their daily commutes, as well as predictable travel speeds. 

TEXpress Lanes

  • LBJ TEXpress Lanes (I-635/LBJ Freeway and I-35E direct connector ramps) 
  • NTE TEXpress Lanes
    • Northeast Loop 820 and SH-121/183 Airport Freeway 
    • I-35W 
  • DFW Connector TEXpress Lanes (SH-114) 
  • I-30 TEXpress Lanes on Tom Landry Freeway (west segment opens in 2020)
  • I-35E TEXpress Lanes (from I-635/LBJ Freeway to US 380)
  • SH-114 TEXpress Lanes (east segment opens in 2019)
  • SH-183 TEXpress Lanes
  • Loop 12 TEXpress Lanes

HOV/Express Lanes

The 635 East HOV/Express Lanes (from US 75 to I-30), a form of TEXpress Lanes, allows both HOV and solo drivers to use this corridor. Tentatively in 2018, construction will begin to convert this corridor into the I-635 East TEXpress Lanes from US 75 to Miller Road, and express lanes from Miller Road to I-30.

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North Texas TEXpress Lanes Map