the offical newsletter of DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT - Spring 2010
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... And Miles to Go
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.

Expanding for the Future
The opening of the Green Line's first phase last September kicked off a $3.4 billion expansion campaign to double the DART Rail System to more than 90 miles by the end of 2013.

Delivering a Better Ride
To attract more riders, DART's raising the bar on customer service, accessibility, safety, and environmental friendliness.

Reaching Out to the Community
The public drives DART, whether we’re designing a new rail station, modifying services, generating business opportunities or educating new generations of transit riders.

Thinking Regionally
The problems of increasing traffic congestion and air pollution are regional, so DART works closely with the North Central Texas Council of Governments, The T in Fort Worth and the Denton County Transportation Authority.

Promoting High Performance
DART steps up its compensation, benefits, recognition, and career development programs. Employees pay it forward to needy families and charity groups.

Getting a Rail Life
The recession has slowed some development plans for the moment, but DART remains poised at the forefront of an American "railvolution."

Short Trips
Rolling out the red carpet for VIPs with billions in buying power; double-tracking improves the Trinity Railway Express.

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Inmotion Spring 2010 cover

cover photos:
The guitar-shaped head of a whimsical character dubbed The Traveling Man rises from Deep Ellum's depths at Good Latimer & Elm Street / In one giant step, a fully-developed, 38-foot-tall version links DART's new Deep Ellum Station to the community.

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P.O. Box 660163
Dallas, TX 75266-0163

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