TEXRail is making significant improvements along the rail line from downtown Fort Worth to DFW airport to accommodate the new commuter rail service. This includes removal of the old railroad track, reconstruction of the railroad bed and installation of new concrete rail ties and new track. These improvements will reduce the sound and vibration coming from the track, making the new commuter rail traffic quieter than the traditional freight traffic we are used to. The track work is being completed on all sections of the TEXRail rail line, including those portions that cross our roadways. In some places a second side track is also being installed. Significant safety improvements are also being made to all railroad crossings, including installation of medians and new warning equipment and signs. These improvements are necessary for our community to be designated as a Quiet Zone. Please note, this activity is not unique to North Richland Hills. These improvements are being made in all of the communities TEXRail passes through. A schedule of current and upcoming work can be found at https://ridetrinitymetro.org/texrail/status/construction-updates/.