• Texas Department of Transportation

    The Texas Department of Transportation is responsible for maintaining 80,000 miles of road and for supporting aviation, rail, and public transportation across the state. TxDOT and its 11,000 employees are committed to working with others to provide safe and reliable transportation solutions for Texas by maintaining a safe system, addressing congestion, connecting Texas communities, and being a Best in Class state agency. Find out more at

  • North Central Texas Council of Governments

    NCTCOG is a voluntary association of local governments established in 1966 to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit and coordinating for sound regional development. NCTCOG's purpose is to strengthen both the individual and collective power of local governments and to help them recognize regional opportunities, eliminate unnecessary duplication and make joint decisions. NCTCOG serves a 16-county region of North Central Texas, which is centered on the two urban centers of Dallas and Fort Worth. Currently, NCTCOG has 240 member governments including 16 counties, 170 cities, 24 school districts and 30 special districts.

  • Regional Transportation Council

    The NCTCOG Transportation Department and Regional Transportation Council (RTC) form the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for regional transportation planning in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Federally designated as the MPO for the Dallas-Fort Worth area in 1974, the Transportation Department and RTC work in cooperation with the region's transportation providers to address the complex transportation needs of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, which includes Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant and Wise counties. The RTC's 43 members include local elected or appointed officials from the metropolitan area and representatives from each of the area's transportation providers.

  • North Texas Tollway Authority

    The North Texas Tollway Authority, a political subdivision of the state of Texas, is authorized to acquire, construct, maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects in the north Texas region. The NTTA serves Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties and owns and operates the Dallas North Tollway, President George Bush Turnpike, Sam Rayburn Tollway, Addison Airport Toll Tunnel, Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge and the Mountain Creek Lake Bridge. The NTTA is able to raise capital for construction projects through the issuance of turnpike revenue bonds. NTTA toll projects are not a part of the state highway system and receive no direct tax funding. Tolls are collected to repay debt and to operate and maintain the roadways.

  • Bluebonnet Contractors, LLC and Webber, LLC

    Bluebonnet Contractors, LLC, is part of the Ferrovial group of companies, the world's largest private manager of transportation infrastructure and a leading services provider with operations in 49 countries. Bluebonnet joins the experience of Webber, LLC, one of the largest road construction companies in Texas, with the diversified, international civil engineering expertise of Ferrovial Agromán. The two companies have joined forces to design and construct the 13-mile North Tarrant Express project. Webber specializes in construction of infrastructure works and is a leader in the production and distribution of recycled construction aggregates. Ferrovial Agromán's civil engineering activities include roads, railways, infrastructure, and hydraulic, maritime, hydroelectric, industrial and environmental works.

  • City of Fort Worth

    As the 16th largest city in the United States and part of the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas, Fort Worth welcomes nearly 5.5 million visitors each year and has a population of 758,738. 2013 will mark the start of construction on I-35W from I-30 downtown to US 81/287 to the north. This $1.6 billion, 10-mile reconstruction will signficantly expand capacity by rebuilding the general purpose main lanes and adding two managed toll lanes in each direction. Construction north of the I-820/I-35W interchange is underway and is expected to be completed in late 2017; construction south of the interchange will begin later this year and is expected to be completed in 2018.

  • Haltom City

    Haltom City is a family-friendly town of nearly 40,000 residents and about 1,300 businesses. State-of-the-art amenities include the Library, Animal Services Facility, Central Fire Station, playgrounds, walking trails, Evos play structures, spray ground and sports fields.

  • North Richland Hills

    North Richland Hills is centrally located in the Metroplex just ten miles from Fort Worth and twenty-five miles from Dallas. The current estimated population for North Richland Hills is 64,000 making NRH the third largest city in Tarrant County. The City also serves 180,000 people daily and has over 1,200 businesses and over 30 major employers.

  • Hurst

    The City of Hurst continues to transform and revitalize key corridors, new businesses are flocking in and the new conference center brings in thousands of visitors each month. Boasting a population of 38,500 people, Hurst truly is a quality of life city.

  • Bedford

    Bedford, incorporated in 1953 with a population of 475, is now a mature city of 49,000 almost entirely built out. Currently Bedford is in an era of revitalization and rebranding, balanced with planned economic growth.

  • Euless

    Euless is already considered a great place to live and raise a family, and now, Euless is also a great place to retire. While maintaining its identity and preserving history, Euless is a comfortable, mid-size community with a hometown feel.


  • Cintra US

    Based in Austin, Texas, Cintra US is the American arm of Cintra, one of the leading private-sector transportation infrastructure companies in the world with experience spanning 40 years of innovative highway development on three continents. Today its portfolio includes nearly 2,000 miles of managed highways worldwide, representing a total global investment in traffic congestion improvements of more than $25 billion. Cintra is part of Madrid-based Ferrovial, a global powerhouse and Fortune 500 company that owns and manages major infrastructure assets, including London's Heathrow Airport and several other major airports in the United Kingdom. Ferrovial is also the lead private operator of the London Underground transportation system. In the United States, Ferrovial employs more than 12,000 people. For more information on Cintra US and the North Tarrant Express project, click here.

  • Meridiam Infrastructure

    Meridiam is a major investor in public infrastructure projects involving transportation, education and healthcare, with a commitment to improving the fabric of the communities where it invests. Meridiam is one of the largest PPP Greenfield investors/developers in the market. Its family of 25-year funds aligns the long-term interests of the communities and governments it serves, as well as the natural asset life and investor interests. Meridiam also recently reached financial close on the Port of Miami Tunnel Project in Florida and the University of Montreal Medical Research Center.