High Five Interchange: Did You Know?

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The High Five Interchange is the massive five level freeway interchange at 635 and 75, two of the busiest roadways in North Texas.

It took 350,000 cubic yards of concrete, 75,000 feet of drainage pipe, and 2.2 million cubic yards of dirt to build.

Did you know the $280-million project was completed in 2005, and was awarded 'Public Works Project of the Year' in 2006?

Way to go, Dallas!

How about a high five?!


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