Dallas Area Rapid Transit
A 14-year-old boy, standing next to his mother, was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison for his role in the killing of a man at a Dallas DART station last November.
Public transit users in the Dallas area will have another way to summon help. On Friday, DART patrons can begin texting to reach police.
Getting to and from Mesquite is a little easier for commuters now. Monday, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) expanded bus service to the city.
DART police chief J.D. Spiller will ask DART board members on Tuesday to hire several dozen new officers for the 2013 budget year, which will begin in October.
A new shuttle service starting in Mesquite this month could pave the way for a new light rail system east of Dallas.
DART appears to have kept its promise of an officer on every train.
After several deadly incidents on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) rail trains and buses, and concerns about safety, DART has officially moved to increase security presence on all DART trains.
DART is moving forward with plans for a commuter rail line that will run from Wiley to the Fort Worth Stockyards.
There has been an increase in security since a deadly shooting at a Richardson DART station, but officials with the agency say they can’t afford to continue the police presence indefinitely.
On a ride along the Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail system, commuters didn’t list shootings or killings as their top safety concerns for the transit system.
Law enforcement officials with both the Richardson Police Department and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) are working to sort out events on Tuesday that ended with a civilian and a suspected gunman dead.
An 18-wheeler lost control and slammed into the rear of a DART bus Wednesday afternoon, sending 11 people to area hospitals with minor injuries.