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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.
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
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.
Officials with DART could soon give a new proposal the green light. DART is discussing possibly selling off the naming rights for its stations, buses and train lines.
DART in Dallas and The T in Fort Worth are offering riders free fares on Election Day for those carrying a valid voter registration card.
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.
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.
Amtrak and Texas transportation officials are looking into starting passenger rail service from the DFW area to the Shreveport, Louisiana.
It’s a first-of-its-kind agreement involving DART. They’re teaming up with Mesquite to move commuters by bus to the nearest train station.
An important bus line helps residents in Cleburne travel up into Fort Worth, where they work or find further public transportation to reach their jobs.
DART had more riders in 2011 than ever before. Rail service is seeing a boost in ridership thanks to the opening of an additional rail line in Dallas.