DART Inmotion
the offical newsletter of DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT - Fall 2006
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We're Going Green
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.

Growth Spurt
The seeds of change have been sown. Now comes the real work of growing the 45-mile DART Rail System to more than twice its size, starting with the Green Line.

Keeping the Lines Open
As rail construction begins, DART is ramping up its safety education and public outreach programs to help keep resident families, schools and business owners in the know.

Winning Combination
World-class modern architecture, inviting public spaces and dramatic streetscapes make Victory Park a slam dunk and the epicenter of the real estate boom at Victory Station on the Green Line.

Two-Wheelin' Time
Fall is the perfect time to add some exercise to your daily commute and pedal your trusty two-wheeler from home to the nearest rail station or bus stop.

Short Trips
Baylor employees get a healthy commute; PassPlus brings transit home; DART Police rev up with Hemis; thousands enjoy Free Fare Day; Mavericks give ridership a bounce; passengers go green.

10 Great Years
North Texans cheered the past and hailed the future as DART celebrated the 10th anniversary of DART Rail with special events up and down the rail lines.

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We're Going Green
The dirt is flying in Deep Ellum as we begin construction of the Green Line, extending DART Rail southeast and northwest.

True to our track record, we're off to a running start with an ambitious plan to open the first leg to the State Fair of Texas and South Dallas in September 2009. At $1.67 billion, the Green Line is a major public works project, and it's creating a wealth of jobs and new economic opportunities every day.

As we begin a new fiscal year in October, the two primary signs of DART's financial health — ridership and transit sales tax revenues — are both trending upward. This gives us the green light to advance rail construction, add rail cars to relieve crowding on the Blue Line, enhance bus service in key areas, and open 35 more miles of HOV lanes on I-635, I-30 and U.S. 75.

Green means go. And this fall, DART's moving in exciting, new directions.

See you on board,
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Mark Enoch
DART Chairman of the Board

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