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DFW International Airport launches new parking technology

Operators of Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport said that the facility has launched its new parking control system and new control plazas as an upgrade in the system that registers the cars driving in and out of the airport.

According to DFW officials, the new system is highly automated and gives customers the ability to quickly process their own transactions with a North Texas Tollway Authority TollTag or a credit card.

For the speediest transactions, as well as discounts on parking and pass-through rates, DFW Airport recommends motorists acquire a TollTag from NTTA.

DFW Airport´s new parking technology allows self-service ticket retrieval for guests who prefer to pay with a credit card. Guests who choose to use a TollTag will enjoy a faster experience and will save USD 2 per day on terminal parking or USD 1 when passing through the Airport.

In order to take advantage of the speedier transactions, guests must activate DFW Airport expenditures on their NTTA TollTag online account. New TollTag accounts have DFW Airport transactions already enabled.

Under the new system, every entry lane will be automated, and the majority of exit lanes will also be automated. For passengers needing assistance, six booths will be staffed with cashiers at the north exit plaza, and there will be seven manned exit booths at the south plaza.

Guests opting to pay with cash when exiting the Airport can still do so in the left exit lanes of the parking plazas. For guests arriving using the current system but leaving after the new system is enabled, there will be additional control plaza staffing during the transition period of about two weeks.

Drivers can secure a TollTag from a variety of retail establishments in the Dallas / Fort Worth area.

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