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Frisco Continues to Blow Up w/$5 billion Frisco Station | Dallas Business Journal

The Frisco City Council approved a $1 billion development plan that will transform 242 acres within the city’s touted ‘$5 Billion Mile,’ along the Dallas North Tollway between Warren Parkway and Lebanon Road.

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Road Closures Promise To Slow DFW Drivers

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PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – Fresh off of the Independence Day weekend, traffic troubles promise to cause headaches for some North Texas drivers. 178 more words

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NTTA Lowers Speed Limits On Dallas North Tollway

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PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – Speed limits on the Dallas North Tollway are being lowered to 60 mph now that construction work on the DNT between the President George Bush Turnpike and Sam Rayburn Tollway is underway. 114 more words

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Heads Up: Dallas North Tollway Construction Begins This Summer

DALLAS – Rush hour traffic. Yeah, it’s just part of living in the big city. But as the Metroplex keeps growing, it’s forcing folks to expand the roads to keep things moving. 200 more words

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1 Dead, 2 Seriously Injured In Dallas Accident

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A fatal accident in North Dallas left one person dead early Sunday morning.

The accident happened on the southbound exit ramp of the Dallas North Tollway near the President George Bush Turnpike around 5 am. 154 more words

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Dallas Tollway Fees Are Not Meant to be Permanent | Dallas Business Journal

Rep. Matt Shaheen, R-Plano, doesn’t mind rocking the boat during his first session in the House: He has filed a bill that, if passed, would return toll roads to the state highway system once revenue bonds are paid in full.That’s a bold statement, given that North Texas has the largest and oldest system of tolled roads in the state.

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North Texas Still Expanding in a Major Way | Dallas Business Journal

The ripple effect of Toyota’s new $350 million campus has about 30 companies, including the carmakers’ vendors and suppliers, meeting with North Texas economic development groups. 176 more words

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