the offical newsletter of DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT - Fall 2010
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Now Arriving: CHANGE
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.

The Great Green Line
Phase II of the Green Line delivers easier, less stressful commutes and heralds renewed economic growth from Carrollton and Farmers Branch to Pleasant Grove.

Everybody's Going Green
Community leaders laud the arrival of DART Rail and tout the connectivity and revitalization it brings.

The Green Gallery
DART's Station Art and Design Program makes each rail stop a public masterpiece.

Exploring the Green Scene
The Green Line goes where you go - to hospitals, arts institutions, music and sporting venues, shopping, dining and recreation.

Head for the Highlands
The new Lake Highlands Station connects to a live-shop-play development now under construction.

Orange & Blue Lines Expand
Construction of the Blue Line to Rowlett and the Orange Line to Irving proceeds on schedule for completion in 2012.

Short Trips
DART Dude lives car-free; Thomas elected industry group vice chair; Rail facility among the best; DART makes U.S. Hispanic Chamber's Million Dollar Club; Plano seniors program gets a lifeline; Denton County's A-train takes off this summer.

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Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Fiscal Year 2011
Board of Directors

William Velasco, II

Faye Wilkins
Vice Chairman
(Dallas, Plano, Glenn Heights, Cockrell Hill)

Scott Carlson

Loretta L. Ellerbe
Assistant Secretary

Richard Carrizales

Randall Chrisman
(Carrollton, Irving)

Jerry Christian

John Carter Danish

Mark C. Enoch
(Farmers Branch, Garland, Rowlett)

Pamela Dunlop Gates

Raymond Noah
(Addison, Highland Park, Richardson, University Park)

Robert W. Strauss

William Tsao

Tracey M. Whitaker

Claude R. Williams, Jr.

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