Fort Worth's Trinity Trails

Monday, September 23, 2013

Airfield Falls Trailhead Construction

The contract for construction of the Airfield Falls Trailhead has been awarded to Struhs Commercial Construction by the Tarrant Regional Water District.

Now the construction is beginning, the trailhead will be closed for the duration (Fall 2014).

from TRWD:
The Airfield Falls trailhead is officially under construction! For your safety the trailhead will be closed during construction but the waterfall can still be easily accessed using the trailhead at White Settlement Rd and Isbell Rd. We can't wait for this wonderful new addition to our trail system!
more at TRWD's website.

Artists rendering of Airfield Falls Trailhead

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Jogger attacked on Trinity Trails in Rockwood Park

A jogger was repeatedly stabbed during a robbery on Trinity Trails Thursday morning near Rockwood Park, police said.  - from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram

more from CBS Channel 11

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Temporary nighttime closures of Trinity Trails have started

The new Chisholm Trail Parkway (NTTA Toll Road) will cross the Trinity Trails (and River) between Hulen and Bryant Irvin.  As a result there will some upcoming and ongoing nighttime closures of the Trinity Trails.

The Clearfork Main Street bridge mentioned in the release from the NTTA below refers to the new bridge being constructed just upstream from the Hulen Street bridge that will connect Hulen to the Edwards Ranch/Clearfork development.

Here's the press release from the NTTA:
Temporary closures of Trinity Trails start tonight  
Portions of the Trinity Trails between the Clearfork Main Street bridge and Bryant Irvin bridge in Fort Worth will close nightly between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. beginning April 29 to allow for Chisholm Trail Parkway work in the area. Below is the schedule of which section will be closed and when:

*Trail south of the Trinity River: April 29-May 8
*Trail north of the Trinity River: May 6-18

The NTTA thanks the runners, walkers and cyclists for their patience