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Oh, Say Can You 3C: City Staff Has a New Favorite Trinity Parkway Alignment

Four years ago, the Dallas City Council authorized the so-called "Alternative 3B" as the locally preferred alignment for the Trinity Parkway. (It was resolution 05-1210 -- you can look it up.) But that was then. Today, the council's Trinity River Committee will meet at City Hall, where members will be given a parkway update -- during which city staff, not surprisingly, will recommend "Alternative 3C," seen above, as the parkway's route.

I say not surprisingly, because 3B was to be built smack into the levees, more or less, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ain't about to let that one happen. 3C, on the other hand, is set further into Trinity River Park. So, if you're looking for Jim this morning ...

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