Southern Gateway Deck Park

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Southern Gateway Deck Park

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Southern Gateway Deck Park

Southern Gateway Deck Park

Spearheaded by Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) the I-35E/US 67 Project intends to develop long-term improvements to the southern gateway corridor in Dallas County. The project aims to improve safety, relieve congestion, address roadway deficiencies, and improve system linkages along approximately 11 miles of Interstate 35E and US 67. Adjacent to the Dallas Zoo, The Southern Gateway Deck Park aims to reconnect and revitalize the Oak Cliff neighborhood by constructing a highly programmed, 5.8-acre park over I-35.

This transformational endeavor will bring vital green, open space to South Dallas. Similar to Klyde Warren Park, The Office of James Burnett has been tasked with the development of an amenity-rich, yet flexible plan designed to accommodate a wide spectrum of users. OJB has proposed areas for passive and active recreation with community-requested amenities including a skate and recreation area, bike rental kiosks, food and beverage areas, restrooms, an open-air performance pavilion, a dog park, a children’s garden, multiple water features and an iconic sculpture which will anchor the park. Most significantly, the Southern Gateway park's design will be the reflection of the neighborhood which surrounds it, a nod to the unique character of Oak Cliff.

Location: Dallas, TX