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Trail connections in Riverside, Gateway parks opening soon

Posted Jan. 3, 2018

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people cycling along a Trinity Trail
The Trinity River Vision Master Plan calls for all parts of Fort Worth to be connected via the Trinity Trails system.

Soil removal projects in Gateway Park and Riverside Park are nearing completion. Nearly 1.5 million cubic yards of soil in Gateway Park and 225,000 cubic yards in Riverside Park have been removed to provide necessary flood storage.

As a result of the soil work, all sections of the Trinity Trails in both parks will reopen to the public in early 2018. The section on the east side of Fort Worth will be reconnected to the more than 72 miles of Trinity Trails.

The work is part of the Trinity River Vision Master Plan.

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