Dallas rethinking plans for Riverfront Boulevard

DALLAS, TX City staffers on Tuesday presented five options to the Dallas City Council's Trinity Project committee, including putting the $54 million project on hold unless new development can be attracted.

The Dallas Morning News reported Wednesday that the other options are continue with plans for an eight-lane thoroughfare with a cycle track, create six travel lanes with two on-street bike lanes, focus on improving the streetscape with minimal pavement changes or a combination of those options.

Dallas has $40 million in bond money available for road reconstruction.

Chairman Dave Neumann suggested no decision be made until council members get more information. The next update comes in June.

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