Developers Betting Millions on New Fort Worth to DFW Airport TexRail

The first trains won’t start rolling with passengers until early next year on Tarrant County’s new TexRail.

But real estate developers are already at the stations getting ready for the new commuter rail line.

The 27-mile railway between downtown Fort Worth and DFW International Airport will have more than a half dozen stations. About 8,000 people a day are expected to hitch a ride on the commuter line.

Three of the whistle stops — in historic downtown Grapevine and North Richland Hills — are getting new real estate projects to go along with the trains.

See similar articles on Dallas News