Work Zone Safety
2012 WORK ZONE SAFETY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
In 2012, the DFW Connector project initiated a work zone safety scholarship program for high school students in the Grapevine-Colleyville and Southlake-Carroll school districts. Freshmen through seniors at these high schools were encouraged to submit applications in a variety of formats (video, PowerPoint presentation, banner design, essay, photos or drawing/painting) to inspire drivers to:
We received a total of 41 applications for the work zone safety scholarship program that year, and our panel of six judges selected three winners to receive the $5,000 DFW Connector work zone safety scholarships. Thanks to all students that participated in our scholarship program, and special congratulations to our three winners. Click on the winners' names below to see their award-winning submissions!
TAKE OUR SAFETY PLEDGE
Want to prove that you're serious about driving the 50 mph speed limit and limiting mobile phone usage in the DFW Connector work zone? Do you want to make the work zone more safe for everyone, including yourself and your family? Click here to show your commitment to work zone safety.
TRAVELING THROUGH THE WORK ZONE
When traveling through the DFW Connector project, please follow these three simple rules: