In 2025, Campion Trail will be complete. The trail system is part of the regional DFW Discovery Trail, which runs 66 miles through five cities in North Texas: Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Dallas and Irving.
Construction of Irving’s Campion Trail began in 1996, and since then, 15.5 miles of the trail have been installed. Now, the final three phases of the project are slated for completion in 2024 and 2025.
The final components of the project include Phase 1A, which is about 0.9 miles of trail, one bridge and boardwalk, and three low-water crossings. Phase 1B, which runs along Frazier Dam between Irving and Dallas, will include 1.6 miles of trail, two bridges, three low- water crossings and one boardwalk. Phase 2 will include 2.8 miles of trail, three bridges and four boardwalks.
Phase 1A is budgeted for $1.5 million, Phase 1B for about $2.75 million and Phase 2 for about $6.5 million.
Construction is expected to begin in July for Phase 1A. Phases 1B and 2 will begin in 2024.
For more information on the trail system, visit CityofIrving.org/Campion.
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