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Forty-one elementary schools receive safe routes to school improvements

Posted Aug. 16, 2019

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Crosswalk markings have been refreshed at a number of school campuses.

Fort Worth continues to improve safe routes to schools for students across the area. Over the last year, a variety of projects were completed that ranged from sidewalks and crosswalks to signage improvements and pavement markings that provide better access to 41 schools in the Fort Worth area.

Improvements were completed at these schools:
W. A. Meacham Middle School. All-way stop control and pavement markings.
Dolores Huerta Elementary School. School crosswalk and pedestrian signage.
Woodway Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours with parking restrictions.
Sam Rosen Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours with parking restrictions, refreshed crosswalk markings.
McLean Middle School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours with parking restrictions.
Sonny and Allegra Nance Elementary School. School zone parking restrictions.
North Elementary School. School zone parking restrictions.
W.J. Turner Elementary School. School zone parking restrictions.
Glen Park Elementary School. School zone parking restrictions, refreshed crosswalk markings.
Terrell High School and Terrell Academy. School zone parking restrictions.
Forest Oak Middle School. School zone upgrade.
North Crowley Ninth Grade Campus. School zone upgrade.
Chapel Hill Academy. School zone upgrade.
International Leadership of Texas (Boca Raton). School zone upgrade.
Keller Early Learning Center. School zone upgrade.
Central High School. School zone upgrade.
Sunrise McMillan Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
M.H. Moore Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
North Side High School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
M.G. Ellis Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
South Hi Mount Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
Western Hill Elementary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
Western Hill Primary School. Implemented “one-way” during school hours.
Poly Tech High School. School zone and signage.
S.H. Crowley Elementary School. School zone and signage.
Tannahill Intermediate School. School zone and signage.
W.M. Green Elementary School. School zone and signage.
Lake Point Elementary School. School zone and signage.
Lizzie Curtis Elementary School. School zone and signage.
Adams Middle School. School zone and signage.
North Riverside Elementary School. School zone and signage.
Applied Learning Academy (Camp Bowie Boulevard). School crosswalk and signage.
Washington Heights Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Truett Wilson Middle School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
North Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Tannahill Intermediate School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Parkwood Hill Intermediate School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Freedom Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Pate Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Oaklawn Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.
Seminary Hills Park Elementary School. Refreshed crosswalk markings.

Improvements are tentatively planned at these campuses for later this summer:
Carter Park Elementary School. All-way stop control and pavement markings.
Lily B. Clayton Elementary School. All-way stop control, pavement markings and school zone parking restrictions.
Creek View Middle School. All-way stop control and pavement markings.
Friendship Elementary School. School crosswalk and pedestrian signage.
Central High School. School crosswalk and pedestrian signage.
Trimble Technical High School. School zone parking restrictions.
Jo Kelly School. School zone parking restrictions.
Waverly Park Elementary School. School zone parking restrictions.
Fossil Hill Middle School. School zone upgrade.

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