The TEX Rail project is a 27.2-mile, 9-station regional passenger rail line linking downtown Fort Worth with Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFWIA). The line will offer an alternate transportation option to congested roadways, thereby increasing mobility, and provide significant environmental benefits. Tex Rail will provide direct access to downtown Fort Worth and DFWIA as well as activity and employment centers such as the the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards and downtown Grapevine. Additionally, the line will connect with multiple transportation modes at the downtown Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and T&P Station including the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail service, AMTRAK, and The T’s downtown bus transfer center.
The TEX Rail Project will operate on portions of the Fort Worth and Western Railroad (FWWR), the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR), Trinity Railway Express (TRE), and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)-owned Cotton Belt railroad lines.
- 27.2 Mile Regional Passenger Rail Line
- 9 Stations (2 of which are existing and will be shared with the TRE service in Downtown Fort Worth)
- Expected date of Opening for Revenue Service is 2018
The Archer Western Herzog Team
Experienced Local and National Transit Experts
The AWH Team has completed more local revenue-generating transit projects than any other team.
Together, Archer Western and Herzog completed the only commuter rail line project in North Texas’ recent history. Our cohesive team provides highly-experienced local and national transit experts with the greater Dallas/Fort Worth community’s talent and resources.
Archer Western and Herzog have collectively constructed over $1.1B in transit projects in North Texas. This team was assembled with the single-minded focus of achieving every project goal and objective while delivering quality work, on-time and on-budget.