Dallas/Fort Worth Airport was supposed to transition over to its new parking system on Monday morning, but delayed the launch because of a system issue.
Airport spokesman David Magana said an issue appeared on Friday with the transition from the old system to the new system.
"The Parking Control System is a complex installation and it's important for our customers that everything works well from day one, so we have opted to delay the launch," Magana said, adding that the launch date has not been rescheduled.
With its new parking system, the airport's entry plazas will have fully-automated kiosks at the north and south entrances to the airport. Drivers with NTTA TollTags will be to enter without taking a ticket while drivers without the tags, will take a ticket from a machine.
Upon exiting the airport, TollTag users will be able to leave through an unmanned lane. Drivers paying with a credit card will also use an automated system to exit. The airport plans to have a few staffed lanes for drivers paying with cash.