LBJ Express aprovides a solution to the congestion problems on interstates 35E and 635 in Dallas, Texas. This project increases capacity in the corridor with the creation of six new express toll lanes (three in each direction).
LBJ ExpressLBJ Express covers 27.4 km and involved an investment of around 2.4 billion euros.
construction which commenced in 2010 and was completed three months ahead of schedule, was the responsibility of Ferrovial Agroman and Webber.
Managed lanes offer a solution to congestion problems in central urban areas where the development of new transport corridors is not feasible. This new concept consists of the refurbishment existing highway and the construction of new barrier-free paid lanes. Managed lane tolls are adjusted based on average speed or the number of vehicles wanting to use the express lanes. The dynamic tariff system is a traffic management tool that provides drivers with guaranteed journey times.
The development of new fast and safe lanes in densely populated areas, such as LBJ Express.
|Concessionaire company||LBJ Mobility Partners|
|Location||Dallas/Fort Worth, North Texas|
|Client||Texas Department of Transportation|
|Equity structure||51% Cintra Infraestructuras S.A.|
6,6% Dallas Police and Fire Pension System
|Date opened to traffic||10th of September 2015|
|Start of concession||2010|
|End of concession||2061|
|Term of concession||52 years|
|Purpose of concession||Planning, conception, design, construction, conservation and operation.|
|Total managed investment||2.400 M €|
|Jobs created||Over 100 local contractors were employed during construction|
|Length of the highway||27,4 Km|
|Number of lanes||(IH635) A total of 9 lanes in each direction|
|Payment methods accepted||Electronic (TxTag or Pay by Mail)|