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Smoother Ride Ahead on Dallas North Tollway Ramps

When it comes to its roads, NTTA strives to provide customers with high-quality toll roads through proactive maintenance and improvements. Starting in early October, NTTA will begin repairing the pavement on some of the Dallas North Tollway’s ramps to ensure motorists have a smooth driving experience.

Work crews will remove and replace concrete pavement on four ramps along the Tollway:

  • One northbound and one southbound entrance ramp at Mockingbird Lane
  • One southbound entrance ramp at Lemmon Avenue
  • One northbound entrance ramp at Wycliff Avenue
Contractors perform pavement repairs on the SRT frontage road earlier this year. Similar work will be done on DNT ramps at Mockingbird Ln., Lemmon Ave. and Wycliff Ave.

Contractors perform pavement repairs on the SRT frontage road earlier this year. Similar work will be done on DNT ramps at Mockingbird Ln., Lemmon Ave. and Wycliff Ave.

The ramp repairs will be completed over the Oct. 3-4 weekend, weather permitting. Although the ramps will be closed for the repairs, no main lanes on the Tollway will be closed.

More details on the closures will be posted at NTTA.org and in project e-newsletters. Stay informed about upcoming lane or ramp closures for this work:

Toll revenue goes directly toward high-quality maintenance of existing tollways, the construction of new roads and NTTA’s customer service and safety programs. NTTA builds its roads to high standards with your safety and your vehicle’s maintenance in mind. Roadway maintenance also helps ensure that today’s toll roads will last for generations, providing a safe and reliable travel experience.