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November 5, 2013

Dallas' DART launches downtown circulator route

D-Link links such downtown destinations as the American Airlines Center, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Arts District, and Main Street hotels and restaurants. It is also designed to complement other current and future transit services, including Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Trinity Railway Express and Amtrak.

September 10, 2013

Texas transit agencies unveil mobile ticketing app

Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Fort Worth Transportation Authority, and Denton County Transportation Authority will make GoPass available starting Sept. 16. In recent years, the three agencies have collaborated to improve payment options for customers by issuing a common regional pass and deploying ticket vending machines that accept credit/debit cards.

May 8, 2013

DART moves forward with streetcar project

The agency, the city of Dallas and Dallas County broke ground near a new scheduled streetcar stop. The 1.6-mile line is expected to cost $80 million and is supported primarily with federal funds. Phase one is set to open in October of next year.

December 11, 2009

Shermco to maintain Dallas' DART Green Line

Will test equipment power in each of the 24 Green Line substations.


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