Belt Line Corridor Unified Redevelopment Plan

Belt Line Road is one of the innermost loops that links many cities within Dallas county together. Within the City of Irving, it is a 10-mile long commercial corridor that serves as one of our city's three major north-south arteries. It handles more than 45,000 vehicles per day, and adjacent properties have a taxable value greater than $419 million. Crossed by multiple highways, it serves as a major entry point to the city and its appearance is often the first impression that visitors have of the City of Irving. Send Belt Line Corridor Redevelopment Plan input.

Coming Up
  • Alternate funding strategies under consideration to determine best strategy for successful implementation
  • Timelines will be added to the draft plan based on the final recommended funding strategy
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Several businesspeople turned out to learn more about plans to redevelop and beautify Belt Line Road.

During an event at Irving Mall, the City of Irving presented a draft of the Belt Line Corridor Redevelopment Plan to the public.