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October 2016: New opportunities and new destinations arrive Oct. 24 when DART Rail's Blue Line adds three miles and opens new stations at Camp Wisdom and UNT Dallas.
June 2016: Creating a Vibrant Tomorrow. The wheels of change have been in motion for two decades. DART Rail and the TRE have been a catalyst in the communities they serve, with continued progress on the horizon.
October-December 2014: DART rail service in downtown Dallas was discontinued for several weekends beginning Saturday, October 25 to allow track replacement along Pacific Avenue and Bryan Street. DART shuttle buses were in place to serve the affected downtown stations.
November 2013: The D-Link, or Route 722, makes its debut with special stops connecting major tourist attractions and employment centers in Downtown Dallas and Oak Cliff. The free shuttle, identified by distinctively colored D-Link wrapped buses, will run every 15 minutes from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Stops along the circulator route in downtown include such destinations as Victory Park, Klyde Warren Park, the Sixth Floor Museum, the Arts District, Main Street hotels and restaurants, the Omni and the Convention Center. Oak Cliff points of interest include the Bishop Arts District and the Kessler and Texas theatres. Evening service will be extended to serve South Side on Lamar and Cedars Station. More information is available at DART.org/DLink.
September 2013: The GoPass℠ mobile ticketing application is introduced. GoPass is the new way to buy passes for the region's three transit agencies: DART, The T and DCTA.
GoPass is free in Apple's App Store and the Google Play Store.
August 2013: Dallas Area Rapid Transit turns the Big 3-0 this month as the agency celebrates the 30th anniversary of the vote to create DART. On Saturday, Aug. 13, 1983, residents in Dallas and 13 other cities elected to be a part of the new transit agency and contribute 1 percent in sales tax to fund it. Later, Cockrell Hill would opt in and Coppell and Flower Mound would drop out. 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. Click here to read more.