Fort Worth High Speed Rail Station Study


In coordination with its public partners, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and its Regional Transportation Council (RTC) have initiated the implementation of high-speed rail (HSR) between Fort Worth and Dallas. Known as the DFW Core Express Service (CES), this HSR initiative was undertaken in line with the Mobility 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan and the RTC’s policy for a one-seat ride and a three-station concept if HSR service is implemented from Houston to Dallas by the Texas Central Railway with the Japanese Shinkansen N700 technology, as well as to Austin/San Antonio from Fort Worth by another rail investor/operator. To advance the CES, this study analyzes the most feasible and preferred location for the Fort Worth station in the City’s core.

 

Fort Worth High Speed Rail - Final Report
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