DFW International Airport to Launch New Parking Plaza System
NTTA® TollTags to Provide Fastest Transaction, Discount for DFW Customers
Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will activate its new parking system and automated Parking Plazas on August 26. To prepare for the new system, DFW Airport advises motorists to acquire a TollTag from NTTA for the speediest transactions as well as discounts on parking and pass-through tolls.
“It's important for DFW guests to have access to the fastest possible Parking Plaza transaction while at the Airport," said Jeff Fegan, CEO of DFW Airport. “Motorists with an NTTA TollTag will simply pull up to the automated kiosk, wait for the gate arm to raise and drive through. And, TollTag customers will also save a little money on their transactions as well.”
TollTag guests will save $2 per day on terminal parking and $1 when passing through the Airport. To take advantage of this savings and the speedier transactions, guests must activate DFW Airport expenditures on their NTTA TollTag online account.
"During the transition to the new system, it will be to the advantage of our customers to have a TollTag and activate DFW Airport on their NTTA account,” said Ken Buchanan, executive vice president of revenue management at DFW Airport. “Additional DFW staffing will also be in place to assist throughout the transition period.”
"There is also an advantage to DFW customers with TollTags who will be traveling during the transition period. Customers who enter DFW before the launch date of August 26, but leave on or after that day will have to stop at the Plaza so staff can convert their ticket to the new system. This conversion will happen automatically for TollTag customers,” said Ken Buchanan, executive vice president of revenue management at DFW Airport.
Motorists can purchase TollTags from a variety of retail establishments in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. For a complete list, visit the NTTA website at www.ntta.org.
DFW Airport’s new parking technology also allows self-service ticket retrieval for guests who prefer to pay with a credit or debit card.
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