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  DFW Connector Project 
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), through its contractor NorthGate Constructors, designed and constructed more than $1 billion in improvements to SH 114 and SH 121 through the DFW Connector Project.

Work on this project was substantially completed in November 2013, with all major work finished and traffic in its final configuration.
FM 2499, Grapevine Mills Parkway
As a change order to the DFW Connector project, TxDOT has contracted with NorthGate Constructors to design and build nearly $90 million of improvements to FM 2499 (Grapevine Mills Parkway) from SH 121 to north of Denton Creek. Work started in late-2013 and is scheduled to be completed in 2017.

Additional details and current information on lane closures and restrictions are available on the DFW Connector Project website.
  State Highway 26 / Ira E Woods Avenue
COMPLETED IN 2013 -- TxDOT, in partnership with the City of Grapevine, is widening from just east of the Pool Road / Brumlow Avenue intersection to east of Kimball Avenue / Heritage Avenue where the improvements will tie into the DFW Connector project work. The project includes widening the road from four lanes to six lanes with raised median, substantial drainage, and utility work and reconstruction of the traffic signals at Mustang Drive and Kimball Avenue / Heritage Avenue.

The $20.2 million project started construction in April 2011 and is expected to be completed in mid-2013.
 State Highway 26 / Colleyville Boulevard / Grapevine Highway
TxDOT, in partnership with the City of Colleyville, is widening from John McCain Road to just east of Pool Road / Brumlow Avenue. The project includes widening the road from four lanes to six lanes with raised median and replacement of the bridge over Big Bear Creek. Work east of Big Bear Creek is located within Grapevine.

The $13.0 million project started construction in Summer 2012, and is expected to be completed in late-2014.

Title VI & Related Statutes / Nondiscrimination Agreement

The City of Grapevine, as a recipient of Federal financial assistance and under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes, ensures that no person shall on the grounds of race, religion (where the primary objective of the financial assistance is to provide employment per 42 U.S.S. § 2000d-3), color, national origin, sex, age or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any department programs or activities.