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.
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.
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.
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.
DART is moving forward with plans for a commuter rail line that will run from Wiley to the Fort Worth Stockyards.
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.
The City of Arlington has decided to end its commuter bus service to downtown Fort Worth amid financial concerns and low ridership.
It 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.
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.