Corps of Engineers explains increased costs for Dallas river project

The estimated costs for Dallas' Trinity River project have increased because of inflation and the extent of seepage damage to the levees, according to the Army Corps of Engineers. Dallas officials persuaded the Corps to reduce the number of trees to be removed from the levees as part of the project from 4,000 to about 180. The agency wanted the city to clear the structures, saying trees could destabilize them.

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