PGBT Description

President George Bush Turnpike Widening Project

pgbt_logo02President George Bush Turnpike Widening Project Description

The PGBT Widening Project includes widening of the PGBT from Interstate 30 to State Highway 183 and from north of Belt Line Road (Irving) to State Highway 78 to four lanes in each direction. PGBT between I-30 and I-20 in Grand Prairie also will be widened to three lanes in each direction. All widening will take place within the center median.

The project will be built in phases, and construction is underway in some sections.

  • PGBT between U.S. 75 and the Dallas North Tollway and westbound between Renner Road and U.S. 75: Construction began in May 2015 and the fourth lane was opened to traffic in November 2016.
  • SH 78 to U.S. 75: Construction began in June 2017; anticipated completion, weather permitting: mid-2019
  • DNT to I-35E: Construction began in July 2017; anticipated completion: late 2019, weather permitting: late 2019
  • I-35E to north of Belt Line Road (Irving): Currently in design phase
  • SH 183 to I-20: Currently in planning phase

















Project Status
See our Corridor Progress Report for the latest information. – Spring 2018


Notice Affording an Opportunity for Public Hearing

The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) is proposing to widen the main lanes of the President George Bush Turnpike (PGBT) between Belt Line Road in Irving and Interstate Highway (IH) 35E by adding one main lane in each direction within the existing median. Click here for a project location map. A Notice Affording an Opportunity for Public Hearing (NAOPH) was issued Oct. 28, 2017. Requests were due by Nov. 28, 2017. No requests were received.

Please see the legal notice below for more information.

Legal Notice


Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for “Frequently Asked Questions” about the PGBT Widening Project.


Progress in Pictures

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Photo Slideshow View photos of the PGBT Widening Project construction.


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