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.
Passengers in Arlington on Monday morning will have a brand new way to travel. The city rolled out its first-ever public transit service known as the Metro Arlington Express — or the MAX.
DART is celebrating a major milestone. It was 30 years ago that the agency was approved by officials in Dallas and 13 other North Texas cities.
The Bishop Arts area is now one of Dallas’ hottest destinations. It’s home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, music venues and shops that visitors won’t find in cookie cutter suburban malls.
If this week’s spike in gasoline prices have you down do something about it – today is the 8th Annual National Dump the Pump Day.
The new bridge will allow the extension of the Katy Trail to White Rock Lake and shepherded by two council members. Retiring councilwoman Angela Hunt, and Gary Griffith before her.
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.
Authorities with DART are investigating a fatal crash involving a TRE train in Irving. Officials said that the train hit a vehicle in its right of way while heading westbound near Irby Lane.
Jonathan Mondragon, an eighth-grade student from Tasby Middle School, won a DART poster contest, and his work will be seen on buses all summer long.
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.
They’ve been gone from Dallas for generations. But streetcars are poised to make a comeback. A ceremonial groundbreaking took place in Oak Cliff on Friday near one of the scheduled new streetcar stops