Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is looking to electrify its fleet with new electric-powered buses. One of the potential models was on display Tuesday afternoon in front of DART headquarters.
As a line of dignitaries stood in front of a colorful bus, with a ribbon and scissors in hand, spectators counted down to the ribbon cutting and to Arlington losing a title it did not want. The Metro ArlingtonXpress (MAX) is up and running.
It’s a “birth” resulting from the “marriage” of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), and it means the first ever mass transportation service for the City of Arlington.
Mayor Robert Cluck says Arlington has reached a deal with DART and Fort Worth’s transportation authority to operate buses in Arlington.
Getting to and from Mesquite is a little easier for commuters now. Monday, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) expanded bus service to the city.
Some hi-tech, high-dollar buses are about to hit the streets of Fort Worth. They’re called Spur* buses – short for signal, priority, urban, route.
Just days before school starts, some parents in Keller are still concerned about how their children will get there.