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NTTA Maintenance: Continuing to Put Driver Safety and Comfort at the Forefront

NTTA Maintenance: Continuing to Put Driver Safety and Comfort at the Forefront

Throughout NTTA’s system, the maintenance crews continue to maintain roads to provide you, the driver, with a quality driving experience. Your toll dollars go a long way in funding the upkeep of our existing tollways, making NTTA toll roads clean and reliable. Proactive maintenance aids in extending the life of toll roads as they age.

Crews began making pavement repairs in August at various locations along the Dallas North Tollway to improve the ride quality for motorists. This work at Galleria Drive and Spring Valley Road is designed to help improve the driving surface for a more comfortable ride along the Tollway.

NTTA teams also began restriping the Dallas North Tollway main lanes and ramps from the Sam Rayburn Tollway to U.S. 380. The new striping will help to make roadway lines more visible for drivers as they travel along the road.

NTTA will continue to refresh existing pavement markings in late September on the President George Bush Turnpike between Interstate 35E and State Highway 78 to make striping more visible for motorists day or night. The easier it is for you to see the lane lines along our roadways, the safer it is for you to switch lanes or make other traffic maneuvers.

Ongoing maintenance on NTTA roads continues to make the toll roads you drive safer, and the improved ride quality of NTTA roads reduces wear and tear on vehicles. So if you see barrels and cones out on the road with crews pouring concrete or restriping lane lines, just know the money you spend on tolls is hard at work enhancing the quality of the tollways you travel each day.