If this week’s spike in gasoline prices have you down do something about it – today is the 8th Annual National Dump the Pump Day.
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.
A Dallas County School Bus Driver is the target of an internal investigation after it was revealed that she was trying to collect money from students.
A North Texas mother who endured the trauma of witnessing her son’s death is speaking out for the first time.
The Texas Department of Public Safety and the federal National Transportation Safety Board continued to probe the bus wreck Thursday in Irving that killed two people and put 42 others in the hospital.
The Fort Worth City Council replaced all eight of its Transportation Authority board members, transforming the complexion of the nine member board.
They call it the longest, last mile – the distance from where you get off the bus in Fort Worth – to your final destination. But the city is rolling out a bike share program where the bikes will be waiting for you to rent when you get there.
A bus driver, a monitor, and two young students were on board a Dallas school bus, when it crashed into a south Dallas apartment complex.
More than 100 buses pick up and drop off students in the Allen Independent School District. Servicing and fueling those buses can be a monumental task, because not all of them end up in the same facility.
North Texas is getting a poor rating when it comes to mass transit effectiveness and its ability to connect workers and their jobs.
Jose Sepulveda was sitting in his car on the ramp to merge on to Interstate-35. That’s when a DART Paratransit van suddenly slammed into his car.
Megabus.com has added Dallas to its schedule with initial fares as low as $1 during the first week. The express bus company announced service begins June 19 to and from seven cities.