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Fort Worth's The T launches BRT-like service

Bus| October 6, 2011
Holding 50 percent more passengers than The T's largest 40-foot buses, the NABI artics will eliminate over-crowding and prevent having to bypass passengers waiting at stops during peak times because buses are full.

Fort Worth's the T breaks ground on station improvement

Rail| 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.
Rail| August 16, 2011

MBTA to launch fed-funded wind turbines

Constructing the first of two turbines, one of which will be funded by a federal grant. The first turbine will generate enough power to cover 65 percent of Kingston Station’s electricity. The second will power a rail station and generate surplus electricity for the agency to sell.
Bus| June 1, 2011

Texas' The T bans saggy pants on buses

The campaign began in August 2008, however, The T recently made the change to its dress code that gives bus drivers the authority to deny boarding to those in violation.
Bus| March 29, 2011

Transit Fleets Come Clean as Alternative-Fuel Technology Comes of Age

Today, the maturation of alternative fuels has made it easier for transit agencies to implement programs than it was for early adopters in the 1990s. Even still, there are many lessons to learn from the early pioneers, including being aware of possible infrastructure and training investments.
Rail| March 22, 2011

Fort Worth's The T names commuter rail project

Tarrant Express, or TEX, was selected by a subcommittee of The T's board, along with input from the Grapevine City Council.
Bus| November 18, 2010

Fort Worth's The T endorses long-range strategic plan

Plan would expand "transportation," improve "timeliness" and upgrade "technology." These three themes reflect public feedback to add more transit that goes to more places, more frequently, faster, on time and with improved customer amenities, especially the technology to check schedules and status of buses or trains online and from mobile devices.
Bus| September 9, 2010

Natural gas group formed to educate industry on fueling, maintenance

The Natural Gas Coalition will hold a meeting and reception at the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) 2010 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, this October.
Bus| June 17, 2010

DART, DCTA, The T promote employer transit benefits

Campaign provides the transportation agencies a cohesive voice when asking the public to "Stop Talking Out of Your Tailpipe" and participate in Employer Transit Benefits programs or, encourage their employers to offer the programs.
Rail| May 20, 2010

Fort Worth system to hold meeting on second round of cuts

The first phase occurred in October 2009. The second part would increase the regional day pass from $7.50 to $10 in October of this year.

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