Fort Worth Transportation Authority
The I-Team has learned the Fort Worth Transportation Authority, known as “The T,” has postponed parts of the “TEX Rail” commuter line, again, after years of delays and a $15 million commitment to plan and design it.
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.
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.
Fort Worth’s new bike sharing program opens to the public on April 22, and CBS 11 News will be live with Fort Worth city councilman Joel Burns to preview the program.
Mayor Robert Cluck says Arlington has reached a deal with DART and Fort Worth’s transportation authority to operate buses in Arlington.
The Fort Worth City Council replaced all eight of its Transportation Authority board members, transforming the complexion of the nine member board.
The T’s vision of a long, fast commuter rail system, though, is at least four years behind schedule. Now, The T is in danger of missing a federal deadline for $450 Million.
A billion dollars worth of your tax money is on the line, and the agency overseeing that money is now under fire for missed deadlines, questionable spending and not enough oversight.
Public transportation officials in Fort Worth are hoping to get millions of additional dollars in state funding to build a commuter rail line in Tarrant County.
Today is the first business day that riders on Fort Worth “T” buses are digging deeper for their trips, while TRE riders are catching a break.
CBS 11 News caught up with several executive members of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority after reports about their tens of thousands of dollars in travel expenses.
CBS 11 News obtained records showing that Fort Worth mass transit agency executive staff spent more than $50,000 in trips from May 2011 to July 2012.