An update on a story first reported Monday on KRLD NewsRadio 1080, Irving police will not be filing charges against a school bus driver who admits to driving the wrong way on a highway frontage road.
The number of crimes on and around Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is up this year. Despite the statistics, DART officials believe their transit system is safe.
After attacking American Airlines for his treatment on a flight earlier this week, Alec Baldwin compared the Fort Worth-based airline to riding a Dallas-based bus company.
Just days before school starts, some parents in Keller are still concerned about how their children will get there.
Third-party transportation services are reporting an increase in demand just one day after Keller ISD became the first school district in the state to charge parents a flat rate for their children to ride the bus to school.
It runs on the road, not the tracks. And it has a driver, not a conductor. But the Fort Worth Transportation Authority doesn’t want you to think of its new bus, like it’s a bus.
Six children were taken to the hospital after a Fort Worth Independent School District bus was involved in a crash with a car.
A man who witnessed a tragic accident at a DART stop last March said a police report contains different information than what he told investigators.
Hundreds of Greyhound passengers are stranded in Dallas. Some have been stuck at the station for three days. “We had two days in Mississippi, two days here,” says Shawn Westmoreland, who is from Florida. “It’s been insanity.”
Dallas Area Rapid Transit is spending $217 million on up to 452 buses powered by compressed natural gas.
Several DART riders were caught on a burning bus yesterday.
A Portland-area transit agency says it has fired a bus driver who was videotaped while apparently reading an electronic book as he drove along Interstate 5.