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.
Last month, Dallas Area Rapid Transit officials announced a set of proposals that will expand, eliminate or modify certain bus lines in July and December of 2012. On Tuesday, they’ll use Twitter to field questions about them.
There’s talk of creating passenger train service to Alliance Airport in Fort Worth and then possibly on to other points north of the city.
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Some hi-tech, high-dollar buses are about to hit the streets of Fort Worth. They’re called Spur* buses – short for signal, priority, urban, route.
A new study, by the Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University, suggests there isn’t enough being done to ensure the nation’s transportation system will be able to keep up with job growth, when the economy gets better.
The mayor of Fort Worth is launching a push to tackle traffic congestion in the city, especially along Interstate-35W.
Backers of a plan for high-speed rail in Texas say budget cuts in Congress won’t affect their plans. One group says they’re not looking for federal or state money, they considering working with the Japanese.
The City of Arlington has decided to end its commuter bus service to downtown Fort Worth amid financial concerns and low ridership.
Bus riders in Fort Worth who wear sagging pants have the choice of pulling them up before boarding or finding another way to get around the city.