Pandemic Protection: DART Offering Free Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer To RidersDallas Area Rapid Transit has begun installing face mask and hand sanitizer dispensers on all buses, light rail vehicles and streetcars.
New DART Changes Will Affect Streetcar, Buses Across Service AreaA number of upcoming Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) changes will affect customers in various parts of the service area. There will soon be schedule adjustments, route modifications and fare increases.
As Part Of 'Operation Connectivity', School Buses Will Bring High-Speed Internet To Dallas ISD FamiliesSeveral Dallas ISD buses will be parked at apartment complexes to serve as mobile hotspots and tech centers for those who need it.
DART Stresses Need For Social Distancing By Riders As It Continues Full Services During Coronavirus OutbreakIn addition to standard nightly cleanings, DART vehicles now receive additional cleanings throughout the day.
DART Maintaining Operations In Midst Of Coronavirus, Enhancing Cleaning ProceduresDallas Area Rapid Transit says "high touch areas" like rails, handles and entry buttons are getting daily attention.
DART Goes Interactive With New Digital Kiosks At Transit CentersDART is working to improve the travel experience by having information available for riders in real time.
President Trump Congratulates Texas On $250M Manufacturing Facility Coming To San AntonioPresident Donald Trump applauded the announcement by a major maker of commercial trucks and buses to open a $250 million manufacturing facility in San Antonio. 
Illegal Immigrant Families Arrive In Downtown DallasBuses arriving from Brownsville and Laredo Wednesday included adult passengers wearing something you can’t see— ankle straps that monitor their movement.
Hoverboards Banned On Transit System Of Major U.S. CityEarlier this month officials with the Frisco Independent School District banned hoverboards, now the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in New York City has banned them from the city transit system for safety reasons.
TAPS To Offer Minimal Service After Financial StrugglesThe service has been struggling financially for months and now faces an investigation for possible fraud.
Garland ISD Spending $650K To Continue Busing StudentsFor the past decade some students in the Garland Independent School District have endured daily 40-minute bus rides to and from school. Now school board members have decided to end that commute for some and continue it for others – at a big price.