The number of flights leaving Dallas Love Field has nearly doubled since the Wright Amendment expired. But the demand for parking is also up, and the spaces just aren’t there.
With more than 18 million passengers expected during the 2015 summer travel season, DFW is implementing several additional customer-focused programs.
A photo of a Dallas police cruiser parked in a handicap zone is making the rounds on social media; upsetting most people who see it.
Travelers heading for airports in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have more options for holiday parking or catching a train.
A major parking change is coming to part of downtown Denton. Soon drivers will have just one choice on how to park — backwards.
Henderson Avenue has become a victim of its own success. A row of restaurants, bars and businesses is bringing in tons of traffic. Now the Dallas hot spot is getting $1.3 million to update a 1.3-mile stretch of the street.
Officials in Fort Worth held a meeting on Thursday, trying to reach an agreement with garage owners and keep downtown parking spaces free on nights and weekends.
The sounds of construction have quickly been replaced with the sounds of frustration. In south Fort Worth the first week of school is a big mess. Road construction is creating a lot of chaos.
The city of Fort Worth is working to keep free after hours parking for downtown patrons.
Get ready to pay more for parking if you use any of the garages at Dallas Love Field.
Abram Street is one of Arlington’s busiest east-west roads. It links downtown to the entertainment district and is a major thoroughfare for commuters within the city. But there are plans to turn the busy street from four lanes, to a two-lane road.
Former Dallas City Council member Ron Natinsky unveiled a new plan to give Pacific Plaza in downtown a high-tech make over. The plan includes a fully automated parking garage, with some 1,600 spaces deep underneath city streets.