North Tarrant Expressway in Dallas/Fort Worth is dedicated to improving mobility along north I-35W, northeast I-820 and SH 121/183 Airport Freeway through a regionally supported managed lane system. The I-35W corridor will become a “Smart Corridor”, using active traffic management technology to dynamically control traffic based on real-time roadway conditions, enabling information to the traveling public, to improve transit times and allow transportation and law enforcement officials to better respond to incidents with real-time information.
This is the third transportation infrastructure project in the US to reach financial close with direct investment by a pension fund (PPP). Segment 3A is scheduled to begin construction in early 2014 with completion estimated in 2018. Segment 3B was constructed by Lane Construction (Lane). Ferrovial Agroman (Ferrovial) is responsible for Segment 3C. The entire program is over $ 2.5B in Construction.
ATSER services included providing Ferrovial Agroman (NTI, LLC) a state-of-the-art project control system for the North Tarrant Express Way (NTE). ATSER’s software solutions included: