More bad news for the Trinity toll road, and this time it comes from two of the highway’s biggest supporters: Dallas’ Only Daily Newspaper and the mayor.
This story details the woes (which, of course, have been detailed many times elsewhere and long before this, and most recently here): There’s no money. And it’s not safe. And there’s no money. Shock and surprise — Mayor Park Cities finally acknowledges there’s a good chance the toll road will never be built.
Now, perhaps, given the city’s budget problems, we can stop spending $1.25 million for the Trinity River Corridor project.
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