BY IRVING WEEKLY STAFF
Irving, Texas. October 26, 2012 –
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will begin shuttle service from DFW Airport's Terminal A, starting Dec. 3, to help passengers, airport and airline employees acclimate to the future location of the DFW DART Rail Station, scheduled to open in 2014.
The DART shuttle will connect employees and passengers to the Orange line at the new Belt Line Station. DART's bright yellow signage will introduce the new service and identify the pick-up point on the upper level curbside near Terminal A Gate A17.
DFW Airport is in the middle of a seven-year Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP) that began in 2010. The purpose of the TRIP project is to rejuvenate Terminals A, B, C and E.
"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 your luggage. The plan will also incorporate new self-service technologies, enhance the stores where you eat and shop and make DFW Airport a more modern, more efficient and more exciting travel destination." - DFW Airport Website
Once the TRIP construction in Terminal A Phase 1 is complete and the section opens, DART shuttle will transition to a dedicated stop near Terminal A Gate A10.
Riders will be able to access the DART shuttle from the Airport's Terminal Link shuttles that serve Terminal A. From inside the terminal, signage will be placed at security exits and baggage claim areas instructing passengers how to access DART.
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