Dallas Train Shooting Spurs DART To Consider CamerasDART 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.
Travel On A Budget This Labor Day WeekendHere are some helpful tips to keep costs down while enjoying a safe and enjoyable trip over the Labor Day weekend.
DART Doing Away With Paid Parking At 3 StationsPaid parking was put in place a couple of years ago but the DART Board recently voted to get rid of the Fair Share Parking program, because it was not making enough money to sustain itself.
Fans Should Expect Tight Security For Final Four ConcertsThe eyes of the college basketball world will be on North Texas in less than two weeks when Arlington hosts the men’s NCAA Final Four tournament games at AT&T Stadium.
DART Increases Security & Riders Say They Can Feel ItWith the State Fair of Texas opening on September 28, and DART ridership sure to increase as a result, CBS 11 News took a look at security on the transit line.
Pedestrian Dies In Fall From DART PlatformA senior citizen was killed Friday afternon at the Downtown Carrollton DART Station after he stumbled off the platform into a moving train.
Fort Worth Mayor Says Commuter Rail Progress "Unacceptable"Fort Worth's mayor is calling for faster action on getting a commuter rail built. During a Fort Worth Transportation Authority retreat Mayor Betsy Price said the expected TEX Rail completion date will leave Tarrant County residents waiting for years.
Light Rail Riders Take To Tunnel After Train BreakdownA sea of thousands used DART's light rail system Thursday for the Mavs Downtown parade celebration. It was the busiest day of the year for DART, but it was also one that included danger and outrage.
The T Articulating Plan For Express Buses Along LancasterIt runs on the road, not the tracks. And it has a driver, not a conductor. But the Fort Worth Transportation Authority doesn’t want you to think of its new bus, like it’s a bus.
Hundreds Of Cameras To Watch Over DART RidersNearly 69,000 passengers ride the Dallas Area Rapid Transit light rail system every day during the work week. As DART expands into other cities, protecting those riders is becoming a daunting task. Now the agency is going high-tech by installing hundreds of cameras at all of its rail stations.
DART Increasing Number Of Collin Co. Light Rail TrainsDallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is reacting to rising gasoline prices by moving up a plan to increase the number of light rail trains running on the Red Line, to and from Collin County.
DART Trains Slowed by Lightning Strike