Dallas Area Rapid Transit
A Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) bus driver was hit and killed by another DART bus early Monday morning.
DART police have only station cameras to review after a fight broke out aboard the light rail in South Dallas; the Friday night gunman fled the scene after the conductor stopped the train shortly before the 8th and Corinth station.
Two were shot after a fight reportedly broke out just before midnight aboard the light rail in South Dallas Friday night. A DART spokesman told CBS 11 that shootings aboard trains are “extremely rare” and cannot recall it ever happening before.
Some DART riders may be in for a rude awakening when they get back to their vehicles. More than a dozen vehicles were vandalized at the North Lake College DART Station in Las Colinas.
It’s back to the future for streetcars in Dallas. On Monday Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the City of Dallas unveiled the 21st century version of streetcars that it will introduce to the streets of Dallas in April.
Winter weather has complicated travel into, out of, and across North Texas. DART trains and buses still aren’t running a normal schedule and travel in and out of DFW Airport is still unraveling.
There’s a push for more security on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) trains, and at their stations. A North Texas man started a petition on change.org, after he says his 21-year-old daughter was attacked and robbed on a train.
Late Monday night police were searching for the driver who crashed through a crossing arm and struck a DART train.
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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.