Commissioner Mike Cantrell
District 2

Dallas County implemented a Pay-As-You-Go financing policy in 2000 and within that plan is a transportation funding commitment program built on a foundation of partnership with the cities in Dallas County. Once a project is identified by the City, Dallas County can provide up to 50% to fund the same. Dallas County pays its share through a dedicated portion of the tax rate which also pays off any outstanding debt. This fund allows Dallas County to pay as we go on projects, as well as pay down debt, which is scheduled to be completely paid off in 2021.

City of Addison

Belt Line @ Dallas Parkway
Keller Springs Intersection
Addison Multimodal Connectivity Improvements (Vitrivian)
Arapaho Road to LeLacs Trail Extension

City of Carrolton

Hutton Branch Trail
I-35 @ Belt Line

City of Coppell

Sandy Lake Road

City of Dallas

Mockingbird Lane Pedestrian & Bike Bridge
Northwest Highway/Loop 12 - White Rock Creek Bridge
Northaven Trail
Belt Line at Dallas North Tollway
Alpha Road
North Central On-Street Bike Route
Keller Springs at Westgrove
Katy Trail, Phase VI
SoPAC - East Dallas Veloway and YMCA Pedestrian Bridge

City of Farmers Branch Brookhaven Trail
Mercer Parkway
Marsh Lane Bridge
City of Garland Pleasant Valley Road

Miller Road Bridge

Town of Highland Park Beverly Drive
City of Richardson Duck Creek Trail
City of Rowlett

Miller Road (Bridge) - Garland City Limit to Rowlett City Limit
Merritt Road
Miller Road - from Dalrock to Chiesa

City of Sachse

Merritt Rd. - Sachse C/L to Pleasant Valley
Sachse Road


North Texas Tollway Authority -
Texas Department of Transportation -
North Central Texas Council of Government -
Dallas Area Rapid Transit -

Loop 9 -
Horseshoe -
LBJ Express and TEXpress Lanes -
SH 183 -
DFW Connector -
North Tarrant Express -
I35E -

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Addison City of Carrollton Coppell City of Dallas
Farmers Branch Garland Highland Park Richardson
Rowlett City of Sachse University Park Valley Ranch