It’s back to the future for streetcars in Dallas. On Monday Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the City of Dallas unveiled the 21st century version of streetcars that it will introduce to the streets of Dallas in April.
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.
DART drivers were sent a warning late Wednesday after one of its bus operators was caught apparently reading a book while driving.
The presidential inauguration is a monumental and significant point in American history as millions gather in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the election or re-election of the president. On Jan. 21 billions will watch worldwide as Barack Obama is again sworn in as the president of the United States for another four-year term. This year’s theme, “Faith in America’s Future” will prove to be more momentous than ever as America trudges past recent hardships. While it is not economically feasible for most to travel to D.C. for the ceremony, there are several ways within the DFW metroplex that residents may exhibit patriotism as they usher Barack Obama into a new season of his presidency.
DART executives are backing down and apologizing to the nearly 200 passengers who were stuck inside a DART train after Thursday’s Dallas Mavericks’ championship parade.
A 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.
Johnny Solis and his friend Kolby Wall were back on the baseball field Friday night and they were thankful to be there.
Twenty people are hurt after an accident involving an escalator at DART’s Mockingbird station.