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Public Health

COVID-19 Bulletin (04/21/22)

Dallas County to pay for Jenkins mask lawsuit from general fund. Masks now optional on DART.
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Business Briefs

Dallas Cowboys Secure License to Expand Marketing into Mexico

Plus: New commercial real estate investment firm Apricus Realty to invest in high-risk properties; Exec search firm Calibre One opens Dallas office; and more.
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Digital Edition

Now Available: D CEO’s Digital Edition December 2021

The issue reveals our CEO of the Year, recognizes our Excellence in Healthcare Awards finalists, and showcases our curated Executive Holiday Gift Guide.
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Commercial Real Estate

It’s Time to Expand our Potential for Transit Oriented Development in Dallas

AECOM's Steven Duong says planners and urbanist alike need to think more about transit oriented districts as the default rather than transit oriented development. Here's why.
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Coronavirus

DART Board Gets First Look at Brutal COVID-19 Budget Blow

The sharp decline in sales tax may throw many of the transit agency’s future plans in limbo

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Commercial Real Estate

Dallas Finally Seeks to Take Active Role In Transit-Oriented Development

The city will study what land use policies and financial incentives are best suited to help realize one of DART's long-promised benefits
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Transportation

DART Begins Gauging Opinions on How To Redo Dallas’ Bus System

The agency will steer its ineffective bus system down one of two paths: enhanced frequency or more complete coverage.
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Transportation

Who Should Pay For the Oak Cliff Streetcar?

The riders? The whole city? Only Oak Cliff? The city has itself a debate.
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Urbanism

A New Study on Car-Free Living Says It’s Hard to Go Carless in Dallas

We aren’t great at public transit or bike paths or sidewalks, and we love to drive.
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Transportation

DART’s Cotton Belt Line Comes Into View, to the Chagrin of North Dallas Residents

Meanwhile, it still takes more than an hour to get from downtown to 14 miles north using DART.
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