DALLAS-FORT WORTH – Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFWIA) will rebuild and install new technology on one of its busiest runways after receiving several grants totaling more than $52 million.
The bulk of the Airport Improvement Program grants—about $49.5 million—will be used for the refurbishment of Runway 17-Center/35C-Center and associated taxiway improvements.
Another $2.6 million will fund a lighting upgrade for the terminal ramp areas.
The project is scheduled to take place in mid-2018.
The rehabilitation project for the runway features the installation of an updated pavement sensor system for measuring weather impacts.
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