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May 9, 2013

Texas' The T develops bike share program

The program is the first of its kind in North Texas and was launched to the public on Earth Day.


December 12, 2012

Texas’ The T seeks $100M for railcars

Asking member cities of the Regional Transportation Council for the funds to buy up to nine sets of commuter railcars for a commuter rail line from Fort Worth to the Dallas Fort Worth Airport.


March 28, 2012

Fort Worth's commuter rail moves into PE

The approval will allow The T to proceed with the engineering needed for construction.


May 23, 2011

Texas transit unveils rates for university riders

University of North Texas and other college students would pay $175 for a semester of local service or $250 for a semester of regional service from Denton County Transportation Authority. Faculty and staff would pay $250 for a semester of local service, or $340 for a semester of regional service. Some students and faculty argue that the pricing is too expensive.


May 6, 2011

NextBus to equip Fort Worth’s The T

The agency will use Real-Time Passenger Information Systems on a route featuring enhanced express services, using nine dedicated buses equipped with GPS units, and 17 LED signs installed at selected high-volume bus stops.


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