February 3, 2014
The university started planning for the Weekend Circulator in December in an effort to increase safety after several violent crimes occurred on and near campus. Running the service during the spring semester will cost about $125,000.
November 5, 2013
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.
June 28, 2012
DDOT said the system would cost about $1.2 billion to build and equip with 50 streetcars, and about $65 million a year to operate. Operating and maintaining the Circulator buses would cost about $70 million a year.
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