About the Trinity River Corridor Project
The Trinity River Corridor Project is one of the most monumental public works and economic development projects ever attempted. As flood protection, recreation, environmental restoration, economic development, and major transportation components converge along the Trinity River, residents and visitors from around the world will experience a new and exciting destination within the City of Dallas.
Our city's image will be defined by the many different aspects of the Trinity River Corridor Project including wildlife and habitat, trails, parks, lakes, the Great Trinity Forest, the Trinity Audubon Center, an equestrian center, as well as "signature" bridges. These amenities will stimulate new urban development such as stunning waterfront condominiums, beautiful townhouses, modern office towers, and a variety of outdoor dining and retail options.
The project begin in the form it has today when the Bond Package was approved in 1998 and the second one in 2006. Today, many project teams and interagency partners are focused on delivering five major components that make up the project
Map of the Trinity River Corridor Project
The Trinity River Corridor Project covers 20 miles or approximately 10,000 acres along the Trinity River. The project begins at Web Chapel in the north and stretches along the river to slightly past I-20 in the south.