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Please join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Trinity Forest Spine Trail this Saturday! This momentous event starts at 10 AM where the trails converge in Creekside Park 

This special occasion will feature remarks from Dallas County Commissioner Dr. Theresa Daniel, Park Board President Arun Agarwal, Park and Recreation Department Director John Jenkins, our Chairman Jeff Ellerman, and esteemed members of Dallas City Council. Community support has made this vision possible and we can’t wait to share this moment with you.

The Hi Line Connector Construction is in Full Swing.

Have you noticed the construction going on in the Design District? The Hi Line Connector project is on track to be completed in early 2024! This trail will connect the Trinity Strand and Katy Trails, creating a vital pedestrian corridor for our booming city. 

We’re implementing some impressive traffic calming measures: extended curb lines for more green space, state-of-the-art traffic signals and widened crosswalks. Victory Drive off of I-35 and the DART/TRE line will be upgraded and allow for widening the trail for both sides of the street. These trails are accessible to people of all abilities. Stay tuned for more upcoming events, opportunities, and updates as we continue to connect Dallas to Dallas.

Follow our Instagram account for more photos of the project and construction updates!

See you on the trails,

Philip Hiatt Haigh

Executive Director
The Loop Dallas