The $1 billion, 8-mile Dallas-Fort Worth Connector project will be "substantially complete" in mid-September to early October after nearly four years of construction. The design-build project includes "the addition of free lanes, frontage roads and toll lanes in the median" and an improved entrance at the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. The Connector has been an economic boost for the area, creating more than 800 jobs during peak construction, according to officials.

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