January 22, 2014
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.
August 6, 2013
In August 1983, more than 101,000 people, out of 175,000 voters, cast their vote for transit. In Dallas County, it was the largest turnout for a referendum to date.
June 20, 2013
The T’s board action represents the final step in approval of the agreement that was developed by The T and DART and the City of Arlington, whose board and council approved the agreement at their meetings in May and June, respectively.
July 18, 2012
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.
March 12, 2012
Redesign includes Google Transit Trip Planner and more.
September 13, 2011
The first phase of the long-term project, to begin this month, will be the addition of 100 parking spaces at the TRE Station Park and Ride lot bringing it to a total of 478 spaces. The Richland Hills Station has the third highest TRE boardings of stations in Tarrant County.
May 27, 2009
The 67.7-mile project, known as the Cotton Belt Rail Line, will operate principally on a 54-mile DART-owned rail corridor of the same name.
May 22, 2009
The increased fares for the TRE are expected to generate additional revenue of $190,000 for The T to help offset the higher expense of its operation.
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