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DART Begins Restoring Bus Service As It Works Through Hiring Problem

DART spent years overhauling its bus system, but a driver shortage delayed it even further. Now, the agency is beginning to restore all of its routes to normal.
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Transportation

Council Questions the Future of I-345, But Its Destiny May Already Be Decided

The Dallas City Council got its first opportunity to ask questions about the state’s preference to trench the elevated freeway. But the state’s transportation agency hasn’t been willing to pay for anything that reduces traffic capacity.
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Media

News Story Is Confusing, Misleading About I-345

No, Dallas wouldn't have to pay to tear down the elevated highway.
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Transportation

Dallas, Beware the News’ Editorial on I-345

What a milquetoast argument for the status quo
Buzz Deitchman
Transportation

DART’s Silver Line Is Coming, and Far North Dallas Is in the Way

DART promised its member cities a track to DFW Airport 40 years ago. Now a few people have to move.

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Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Ted Ogawa

The president and CEO of Toyota Motor North America pulls back the curtain on how Toyota operated during the pandemic shut down, his golf game, and more.
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Transportation

For Sale: 56-foot Oceangoing Sailboat. Must Take Delivery in East Dallas.

Jim Benge spent 21 years building the Whitmar. Now it's up for auction.
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Dallas History

The Fate of the Morney-Berry Farm Is Now Tied to the Texas Bullet Train

The Morney-Berry Farm has been in the same family since 1876. Descendants of the original owner have spent their lives protecting it. And now, a Texas Supreme Court ruling puts its future in jeopardy.
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Transportation

I-345 Debate: How Much Time Does the Evil Highway Really Save Us?

The Transportation Committee cares more about cars than it does people.
By Tim Rogers
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Transportation

Is Dallas Ready to Get Into a Driverless Uber?

A partnership with Aurora Innovation and Toyota North America could mean autonomous rideshare in DFW by 2024.