Dallas - Fort Worth, EE.UU.
The Managed Lanes represent a reliable alternative to the congested corridors in which they are located. The toll lanes are managed through the application of a dynamic toll to ensure that users travel at a minimum average speed of 50 mph (about 80 km-hour) at any time of day, even during rush hours. Users who choose not to use the toll lanes also benefit because of the completely renovated project that offers better standards and safety
Toll lanes are managed by applying a dynamic toll to ensure that users travel at an average speed of at least 50 mph at any time of the day, even during rush hours. Managed Lanes are a reliable alternative to the congested corridors in which they are located.
Managed Lanes are a reliable alternative to the congested corridors in which they are located.
ALBERTO GONZÁLEZ LUELAZA, NTE CEO
"NTE3 will represent a major relief to the daily congestion around Downtown Fort-Worth in one of the most trafficed corridors in North America (I35W). Fort Worth has experienced a rapid population growth in the last few years and with the new managed lanes, we are helping to make that growth sustainable. Once completed, the project will support the economic vitality in the area and will increase opportunities for business."
Our 35W CSR contribution to the Fort Worth Independent School District impacted several hundred students and dozens of advanced placement teachers to acquire enhanced skills and testing opportunities for college credit.
We partnered with North Tarrant Infrastructure (a JV formed by Ferrovial Agroman and Webber), XTO Energy (Exxon Mobil), Sid Richardson Foundation and the Radley Foundation to provide funding and support for the Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) program in three High Schools in the area.
4545 LBJ Freeway,