the offical newsletter of DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT - Winter 2012
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Transit Opens the Possibilities
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.

Putting All the Pieces in Place
Ongoing capital projects create jobs, stimulate the economy and build infrastructure for the region's future.

Going High Tech and High Touch
Online and mobile tools attract new customers with instant access to transit information, while community outreach programs recruit potential riders in person.

Cultivating a Transit Lifestyle
Rail access remains a huge advantage to properties near stations, and there’s plenty of transit-oriented development in the pipeline.

Shuttles Provide a Booster Shot
New partnerships with Baylor University Medical Center and Parkland Health and Hospital System link campuses to rail stations for easier employee and patient connections.

Mesquite is Ready to Ride
Mesquite has contracted DART bus service to connect the city to the Green Line – and the new model may be the key to expanding regional transit in the future.

Short Trips
Board member Ray Noah resigns; John Danish elected new Board chair; Streetcar environmental assessment wins accolades; Thomas elected APTA chair; Grant funds bus replacement.

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Fiscal Year 2012
Board of Directors

John Carter Danish

Robert W. Strauss
Vice Chairman

Loretta L. Ellerbe

Richard Carrizales
Assistant Secretary

Scott Carlson

Michael Cheney

Randall D. Chrisman
(Carrollton, Irving)

Jerry Christian

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

Pamela Dunlop Gates

Gary Slagel
(Addison, Highland Park, Richardson, University Park)

William Tsao

William Velasco, II

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

Claude R. Williams, Jr.

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