Coronavirus In Texas: Total Of 12 DART Workers Have Tested Positive For COVID-19Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) announced today a total of twelve workers have tested positive for COVID-19 since the coronavirus pandemic started.
Stay At Home Orders Mean Fewer Riders, Now DART Is Modifying All Weekday Bus & Rail ServiceAs ridership continues to fall during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dallas Area Rapid Transit announced that some changes to service will soon be implemented.
Rideshare Companies Now Offering Services That Cater To Your Children
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.
City Leaders To Determine Fate Of Pedicabs In Arlington With Tuesday VoteCity leaders in Arlington are set to vote on whether to keep or do away with pedal-powered shuttles, which are commonly seen in the city's entertainment district.
Arlington's App-Based Via Rideshare Program ExpandsThe latest expansion takes the rideshare further south towards Arlington Highlands and Tarrant County College's Southeast campus.
Opt For 'The Dash' For Quick Trips Via Electric Bus In Fort WorthFour brand new bright red buses, branded as “The Dash,” will start a circuit route connecting locations like Sundance Square, with the popular West Seventh area, museums and the new Dickies Arena.
Red Bird Area Walmart Supercenter Set To Shut Down Within WeeksWalmart has announced plans to close its Supercenter at 3155 W. Wheatland Road in Dallas near Highway 67.
No More Free Rides: DART Ditching D-LinkStarting March 25, customers can get rides on-demand for $1 per trip through GoLink. That service is available through the GoPass app.
University Park Allowing Motorized Scooters At SMU On Trial BasisThe trial program will last until June. University Park leaders will take a look at compliance then and will make a decision about the future of the scooters then.
Free D-Link Bus Service In Downtown Dallas Will Likely EndIn late March, the service will likely come to a halt which disappoints riders who say it's hard to get around certain parts of downtown.
More Than 5,000 Rides After Arlington Nixes Bus Service For RidesharePublic transportation has gotten a 21st century makeover in Arlington. The city is the first in the country to replace public buses with an app... and things are working well.
Texas Transportation Commission May Move Forward On LBJ East Without Toll LanesOn Thursday, the Texas Transportation Commission will meet in Austin to consider moving forward on the $1.8 billion project.
Uber Reaches For The Sky With Plan To Launch Flying Taxi ServiceCommuters of the future could get relief from congested roads if Uber's plan for a flying taxi service works out. The company unveiled a rendering of the machine that it hopes to start using in 2020.
Voters To Decide Fate Of Texas School Transportation AgencyVoters in November will decide whether a Dallas-based school transportation agency facing deep financial trouble will continue operating.