Dallas Area Rapid Transit
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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.
Seven people who were hurt in a traffic accident involving a Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus and four other vehicles during freezing weather have been released from area hospitals.
“I got on and I couldn’t get off.” “They didn’t give us no choice!” Those are some of the excuses Dallas County Sheriff Deputies are hearing from drivers traveling solo in the high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes along Interstate-30 in Dallas.
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.
Arlington could get its first taste of mass transit later this year. DART voted to move ahead with plans for a commuter bus line, running between the University of Texas at Arlington and th TRE CentrePort Station.
DART could start a new shuttle bus service in downtown this summer. On Monday the Transportation and Environment Council Committee was briefed on the $1.2 million Downtown Dallas Shuttle Project.
DART drivers were sent a warning late Wednesday after one of its bus operators was caught apparently reading a book while driving.
Mayor Robert Cluck says Arlington has reached a deal with DART and Fort Worth’s transportation authority to operate buses in Arlington.
Officials with Dallas Area Rapid transit (DART) are optimistic they’ll see a bump in ridership because of spiking gasoline prices. Gas prices have been on the rise for more than a month and public transportation systems across North Texas have seen an increase in passengers.
Police are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was struck by a Dallas Area Rapid Transit train on an elevated stretch of track.