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Cotton Belt Trail plays Connect 4: Colleyville, Hurst, Grapevine, NRHCotton Belt Trail plays Connect 4: Colleyville, Hurst, Grapevine, NRHhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=106742015-10-06T05:00:00Z2015-10-06T14:15:00Z

​​​COLLEYVILLE - With the construction of Phase 1 of SH 26 in Colleyville ending, work to bridge the last remaining gap in the Cotton Belt Trail System has started.

Once the gap — between Grapevine and Colleyville — is filled, bicyclists and pedestrians will be able to travel from North Richland Hills to Grapevine uninterrupted. 

As part of the SH 26 project, the Texas Department of Transportation finished the Cotton Belt Trail in Grapevine and will construct the trail up to Colleyville’s entry sign in September.

All that remains to connect the Cotton Belt Trail is a portion of about 800 feet.

Colleyville Public Works Director Jeremy Hutt said along with finishing the trail the city has plans to build a pocket park as well. The city acquired 0.87 acres to build the pocket park and the last piece of the trail.

Colleyville officials said the gap is expected to be closed by spring 2016.

Community Impact Newspaper
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
Infrastructure & Transportation
http://communityimpact.com/2015/09/16/cotton-belt-trail-to-connect-four-cities/

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