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Dallas/Fort Worth International Terminal B TEXRail Station—DFW Airport TX

The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA) TEXRail Station is a program that creates a 16,500-SF TEX Rail Station in Terminal B to connect the city of Fort Worth with the surrounding Mid-cities to the Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport.

Moye Consulting was retained to design and administer upgrades to information technology (IT) infrastructure and systems as part of the rehabilitation and improvement of the FWTA TEX Rail Station, passenger walkway and bus transfer area at Terminal B. The DFW Airport along with owner cities of Dallas and Fort Worth has agreed to provide direct airport rail access by supplementing the existing rail services provided by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA).


Systems design included implementation of two new communications rooms, providing Ethernet coverage to all areas of the station. Voice and data network infrastructure, emergency call telephone system, public address and mass notification, access control, and video surveillance systems are included throughout the site. Moye Consulting’s services also included close coordination with other TEX Rail design consultants to design a continuous IT infrastructure for this new line connecting to eight stations between the DFW airport and Fort Worth.

  • Premise Distribution Systems (PDS)

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Public Address/Voice Evacuation

  • System (PA/VE)

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • DFW Video Surveillance Systems

  • Stakeholder Interviews

  • Demolition Documents

  • System Design

  • Cost Estimating Support

  • Construction Documents

  • Construction Phase Services

Owner: Fort Worth Transportation Authority

Client: HKS, Inc.

Construction Cost: $31 million

Completion Date: January 2019

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