DFW Airport kicked off a seven-year terminal renewal and improvement program (TRIP) in 2010 designed to extensively improve the DFW travel experience with enhancements to Terminals A, B, and E and the related parking garages.
The majority of TRIP efforts focus on extending the life of the Terminals by replacing infrastructure and simply making it more efficient to park, check through security and locate luggage. The plan incorporated new self-service technologies, enhanced the concessions where travelers eat and shop and make DFW Airport a more modern, efficient and exciting travel experience.
Additionally, new parking structures were planned at Terminals A and E. The new enhanced parking structures replaced the three existing structures. Parking became safer with a new roadway that eliminates weaving and a new parking guidance system. The garage at Terminal A is a five-level, 3 million square foot garage and has approximately 7,700 spaces – making it one of the largest parking garages in Texas. Elevators take guests to the enhanced Terminal entries where you can check-in at more self-serve kiosks and breeze through the newly expanded security checkpoints.
Another key project was the new DART Orange Line station. The Orange Line runs parallel with the Green Line through Downtown Dallas to Bachman Station in Northwest Dallas. From Bachman Station, the Orange Line heads northwest to the Las Colinas Urban Center in 2012 and to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
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