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The T's board approves bus service changes

Bus| March 18, 2010
As with other transit agencies across the country, The T's sales tax revenue has been declining — down by 10 percent since September. The T has implemented salary freezes, cut administrative items and adjusted bus routes to better align route service with rider use.

Fort Worth's The T selects rail project manager

Rail| February 8, 2010
Robert (Bob) J. Baniewicz, P.E., has 32 years of experience in engineering and project management of rail transit, commuter rail, railroad and civil engineering projects across the U.S.
Bus| January 29, 2010

The T's government relations director dies

Monique Pegues directed the private sector lobbyists in Washington D.C., and Texas and managed local/regional government and community relations, grants administration and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise efforts of The T.
Bus| November 17, 2009

Travelers Aid opens The T's transportation center

Services range from providing diapers and overnight toiletry packs to information on other essential travel services, such as where to replace a lost cell phone, rent a car seat, or fill a prescription, and referrals, maps and directions to stores, nearby restaurants and overnight accommodations.
Bus| October 20, 2009

T showcases museums' art on buses

The museums are offering bus riders special discounts with any of The T's local, day, weekly, monthly or regional passes -$2 off admission to the Modern and 10 percent off in the museum stores in the Kimbell and Carter the entire month of November.
Rail| June 25, 2009

DART sets Orange Line connection to airport

DART's board vote also adds a future light rail connection from the Orange Line to the Cotton Belt, a DART-owned rail line that crosses through airport property north of SH 114, which would provide additional rail access to the airport.
Rail| May 27, 2009

Dallas, Fort Worth exploring PPP for rail expansion

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.
Rail| May 22, 2009

The T's board approves TRE fare increase

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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