Toll lanes on the North Tarrant Express in Fort Worth, Texas, seen just before the new lanes opened in October 2014, have eased congestion and spurred growth in the area, business and civic leaders say. The inner lanes generally are the toll lanes. The middle set of lanes are the free lanes and the frontage roads are the lanes on the outside.
Toll lanes on the North Tarrant Express in Fort Worth, Texas, seen just before the new lanes opened in October 2014, have eased congestion and spurred growth in the area, business and civic leaders say. The inner lanes generally are the toll lanes. The middle set of lanes are the free lanes and the frontage roads are the lanes on the outside. Courtesy of NTE Mobility Partners
Toll lanes on the North Tarrant Express in Fort Worth, Texas, seen just before the new lanes opened in October 2014, have eased congestion and spurred growth in the area, business and civic leaders say. The inner lanes generally are the toll lanes. The middle set of lanes are the free lanes and the frontage roads are the lanes on the outside. Courtesy of NTE Mobility Partners

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