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Agent of Change
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.
Transforming How We Travel
With the opening of the Green Line on December 6, DART now shifts much of its focus to operating the vast multimodal
transit system, improving the customer experience, upgrading buses and trains, and increasing ridership.
Leading the Rail-volution
Construction of the Orange Line to Irving and the Blue Line to Rowlett is well under way, and planning continues for
additional light rail and modern streetcars in downtown Dallas and commuter rail along the Cotton Belt Corridor.
Taking a Regional View to Growth
The continued growth of the Dallas-Fort Worth area has led to increasing traffic congestion and air pollution, leading cities throughout North Texas to consider bus and rail transit as a strategy to improve mobility.
Improving the Work Experience
Employee communications, professional and personal development initiatives strive to make DART an employer of choice. Education, diversity and outreach programs illustrate the agency's commitment to the communities DART serves.
Adopting New Business Models
Updated financial projections initiated a comprehensive review of operating, capital, and debt service expenses, resulting in a new business model that resets the expansion timeline, seeks efficiencies, and uses resources more effectively.
Green Line earns industry accolades; Agency hailed as design-build leader; Whitewater park created near station;
DART CIO helps lead IT consortium; Quick-read codes link to TVM video; Transit attracts young professionals.
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