From education, to job opportunities, to culture, to healthcare, to transportation and so much more, DART helps North Texans connect with their community. DART is a critical connector for North Texas, making mobility easier for everyone—even those that do not ride.
As a cornerstone of the region's multi-modal transportation network, public transit is part of our livelihood and our region’s continued economic growth. In fact, we'd say DART is moving North Texas Forward.
Post FEIS/ROD Project changes - Memoranda to File: The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) completed the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS)/ Record of Decision (ROD) for the Silver Line in November 2018.
The D2 Subway project has evolved over time based on public and stakeholder engagement and changing conditions. The current phase is D2 Subway East End Project Development.
The North Texas region will continue to grow rapidly into the future, adding nearly 4 million new residents and approximately 2.2 million jobs by the year 2045.
Riders from throughout the service area are encouraged to attend one of 10 meetings to share their ideas on topics such as Phase Two of the New Bus Network, corridor investments, passenger amenities, fleet transition plans and operating facilities, plus how these relate to each individual community.
In particular, DART is seeking public input on how the New Bus Network might evolve by asking the question: "If DART had additional funding, what should we do with the new network?
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