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January 28, 2014

Fort Worth's 'T' appoints former FRA official to COO

Tom Tulley was Passenger Rail Specialist for the FRA Region 5 in Dallas from 1999 to 2012, receiving the FRA’s Bronze Superior Achievement Medal for Passenger Rail Initiatives.


January 22, 2014

Dallas/Fort Worth transit agencies to survey riders

DART, TRE, The T and DCTA are partnering with the North Central Texas Council of Governments to determine how residents are using the regional transit system and what changes could be made in the future.


January 15, 2014

MBCR wants judge to order release of T contract docs

The complaint, filed in Suffolk Superior Court, also seeks an extension of a Jan. 21 deadline to appeal the award that went to the winning company, Keolis.


January 9, 2014

Keolis wins Mass. commuter rail contract

The company won the state’s largest operating contract in history with a bid that was 6% lower than that of the current operator, the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Co.


January 8, 2014

Record Mass. commuter rail deal could top $2.6 billion

State officials are preparing to announce their choice to operate the commuter railroad. Proposals were submitted by the current operator, Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad, and the sole challenger, Keolis Commuter Services.


September 17, 2013

Fort Worth's Ruddell to retire in October

During his close to 11-year tenure, he expanded and modernized bus service in Fort Worth and led planning and development for the regional rail line TEX Rail.


March 8, 2013

DCTA looks toward real-time info

Taps Strategic Mapping to create ITS system. Also plans on releasing "Go Pass" with The T and DART.


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.


July 18, 2012

Texas' TRE hopes to improve Wi-Fi service

Was among the first passenger rail lines in the U.S. to begin installing wireless Internet nearly six years ago, but it still hasn’t caught hold with passengers due to spotty service.


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