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Texas State Highway Spur 366

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

State Highway Spur 366 marker

State Highway Spur 366
Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Route information
Length2.6 mi[1] (4.2 km)
Existed1962–present
Major junctions
West endBeckley Blvd / Singleton Ave in Dallas
  I-35E / US 77 in Dallas
East end I-345 / US 75 in Dallas
Location
CountiesDallas
Highway system
Spur 364Spur 371
Facing southwest towards downtown from Harwood Street, with the angular Fountain Place in view (before the construction of Klyde Warren Park)
Facing southwest towards downtown from Harwood Street, with the angular Fountain Place in view (before the construction of Klyde Warren Park)
Facing west from Harwood Street towards buildings in the International Center neighborhood of Uptown (before the construction of Klyde Warren Park)
Facing west from Harwood Street towards buildings in the International Center neighborhood of Uptown (before the construction of Klyde Warren Park)
The beginning of work on the extension of Woodall Rodgers Freeway into West Dallas
The beginning of work on the extension of Woodall Rodgers Freeway into West Dallas
Spur 366 interchange with Interstate 35E
Spur 366 interchange with Interstate 35E

Spur 366, also named Woodall Rodgers Freeway, is a highway that connects Beckley Avenue and Singleton Avenue in West Dallas to Interstate 35E and U.S. Highway 75 (North Central Expressway) in central Dallas, Texas. The highway, as part of the downtown freeway loop, also serves as a dividing line between downtown Dallas on the south and the Uptown and Victory Park neighborhoods on the north.

In 2012 the Santiago Calatrava designed Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge was opened, extending Woodall Rodgers west of Interstate 35E across the Trinity River, into West Dallas. The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is first of three planned bridges of the Trinity River Project.

Klyde Warren Park, completed in 2012, spans the freeway from Saint Paul Street to Pearl Street, connecting the downtown Arts District with Uptown. The freeway travels in a tunnel under the park.

The highway is named after Woodall Rodgers, a former mayor of Dallas responsible for the construction of Love Field and Central Expressway.

Route description

Spur 366 is often referred to by most locals as Woodall Rodgers Freeway (or simply Woodall Rodgers). The only signage for Spur 366 is on the ramps to the highway at the interchanges with I-35E and US 75/I-45. As such, the highway is signed TO I-35E westbound and TO US 75/I-45 eastbound.

The highway begins at a traffic signal at Beckley Avenue. Westbound traffic can continue past the light onto Singleton Boulevard. After the light, Spur 366 crosses the Trinity River on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. From the bridge, traffic can exit to Riverfront Boulevard (formerly Industrial Boulevard[2]). An incomplete interchange with I-35E (Stemmons Freeway) follows, before the freeway serves as the dividing line between Downtown and Uptown. There are many exits for the next mile, most of which contain multiple ramps to serve different streets. The freeway ends at an interchange with US 75/I-45 in northeast Downtown. The exit ramp to northbound US 75 also serves Hall Street.

Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is a steel bridge that carries Woodall Rodgers Freeway over the Trinity River. This is the first steel bridge across the river.[3] The bridge opened in March 2012 and was designed by Santiago Calatrava.[4]

Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre park[5] that connects Downtown Dallas with Uptown. The park is located above the freeway (which travels through a tunnel under the park, much like the Papago Freeway Tunnel) between Pearl and St. Paul streets to the west and east, and the frontage roads to the north and south.

History

Spur 366 was built along sections of Cochran and Munger Streets between I-35E and US 75/I-45. Once the freeway opened in 1983, it remained relatively unchanged until the construction of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and Klyde Warren Park in 2012.

Exit list

The entire route is in Dallas, Dallas County. All exits are unnumbered.

mi[6]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0Beckley Avenue / Singleton Avenue westWestern terminus
0.1–
0.2
0.16–
0.32
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge over the Trinity River
0.71.1Riverfront Boulevard
0.81.3 I-35E north (US 77) / Continental Avenue – DentonExits 429A-B on I-35E
1.01.6 I-35E south (US 77) / Commerce Street west – WacoWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
1.32.1Field Street / Griffin Street – West End Historic DistrictNo westbound signage for Griffin Street
1.52.4St. Paul Street – Arts DistrictWestbound exit and entrance
1.3–
1.7
2.1–
2.7
Tunnel underneath Klyde Warren Park
1.72.7Pearl Street – Arts District
2.03.2 To I-45 south (via I-345 south) – HoustonEastbound exit and westbound entrance, I-45 exit 286A northbound
2.23.5Hall Street / Lemmon AvenueEastbound exit and westbound entrance
2.64.2 US 75 north – McKinneyEastern terminus; US 75 exit 1A southbound
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ Transportation Planning and Programming Division (n.d.). "State Highway Spur No. 366". Highway Designation Files. Texas Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2008-03-07.
  2. ^ "Industrial Boulevard Switch to Cost Businesses Thousands". NBC 5-Dallas/Fort Worth. Retrieved December 5, 2013.
  3. ^ "Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Celebration-Tickets". Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Retrieved December 5, 2013.
  4. ^ "Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Celebration-News & Stories". Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Retrieved December 5, 2013.
  5. ^ "About the Park-Klyde Warren Park". Klyde Warren Park. Retrieved December 5, 2013.
  6. ^ Google (September 23, 2013). "Spur 366" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved September 23, 2013.

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This page was last edited on 17 June 2018, at 19:48
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