As Fort Worth continues to grow, it’s important that we continue to expand our trail system to meet everyone’s needs. Below are some of the projects we’re tackling with the City of Fort Worth over the next year to help connect the trails to the ENTIRE city.

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Mistletoe Heights Connection
This new pedestrian bridge will be installed parallel to the Zoo Train bridge which spans an original oxbow of the Trinity River. This new bridge will connect Mistletoe Height, Old University Drive and Rosedale to a new section of Trinity Trails created as part of the Clear Fork East Bank Extension project.

Handley Ederville/TRE Connection
This project is a hard surface trail extension and an improved low water crossing which will allow for trail traffic to connect from Quanah Parker Park to the Richland Hills TRE Station located at Handley-Ederville Road and Hwy. 121.

Waterside Trail Connection
This new trail extension will soon complete the loop connection the Hulen Street and Bellaire area all the way past Bryant Irvin to
Southwest Blvd. Along the way it will take trail users to Waterside, a new development underway now along the Trinity River.

Lake Worth Connection
This new regional connection will feature 5.6 miles of new trail and three pedestrian bridges which will connect the Meandering Road
trailhead, Marion Sansom Park and Lake Worth. The trailhead at Meandering Road will get and upgrade as well.