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July 23, 2014

TEX Rail agreements reached in principle

The Fort Worth Transportation Authority board unanimously authorized its president to sign agreements to run the TEX Rail line, which will run from Fort Worth to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, on tracks owned by Dallas Area Rapid Transit.


February 6, 2013

Texas city seeks experienced rail exec

Fort Worth city leaders, in an effort to prevent more delays in building the proposed TEX Rail project, are looking to hire an executive with railroad experience to help run the Fort Worth Transportation Authority. The move could either mean an early departure or a reduction in responsibilities for agency President Dick Ruddell.


December 20, 2012

Texas council authorizes $25M for rail vehicles

The rail vehicles will be used on the TEX Rail commuter line between southwest Fort Worth and DFW Airport.


December 19, 2012

TEX Rail to use DMUs

The T had previously planned to start with TRE vehicles due to their significantly lower purchase price and less lead time to procure to meet its 2016 schedule, with a long-range plan to move to DMUs in the future.


September 21, 2012

TEX Rail projected ridership numbers up

Opening year average daily ridership jumped to 9,890, more than 1,000 above the Trinity Railway Express average daily ridership.


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