Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Next week, some Dallas commuters may find themselves running to catch the train or finding out it left five minutes before they arrived. Starting Monday, DART will begin running transition schedules in preparation for the new Orange Line rail service.
Two people were hospitalized following a violent five-vehicle collision involving a DART Paratransit bus that shut down all southbound lanes of the Dallas North Tollway at Oak Lawn.
North Texans are being encouraged to ‘Dump the Pump’ and use public transportation. Starting today, DART, the T in Fort Worth, and the DCTA are all swapping gas receipts for free transit passes.
The first of 18 scheduled meetings concerning a proposed DART fare increase is tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Richardson.
A family who relies on DART to pick up and drop off a woman with special needs says the service is dropping her off early and no one is home.
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.