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Category Archives: Throwback Thursday
DART is going back in time today to when we had just started our rail expansion. Though it may feel like North Texas has always been outfitted with 93 miles of rail, we really have done a lot in a … Continue reading
Fairgoers have been relying on DART Light Rail to take them to and from The State Fair of Texas since the Green Line opened in September of 2009, but more than seven decades earlier fairgoers were still relying on public … Continue reading
Public transportation as a whole and DART President and Executive Director Gary Thomas had a very good 2011. This is the year when Thomas, who has been at the helm of DART since 2001, was elected the Chair of the … Continue reading
This photo shows the the Cotton Bowl filled with 30,000 screaming fans for a football game between Southern Methodist University and the Texas School of Mines at El Paso (UTEP) on October 7, 1933. This throwback is special for DART … Continue reading
How did DART look in 1997? It was a tad different than than 700-square mile, 90-rail mile behemoth that it has become today. Before we take a look at the year 1997 for DART. Why is this year an important … Continue reading
Let’s talk about 1982. For many, this year was one of minimal excitement, but for public transportation agencies, this year was a very important one. DART, for one, didn’t even exist, but if it wasn’t for 1982, we wouldn’t be … Continue reading
Cityplace/Uptown Station opened on December 18, 2000 as the southwest’s first public subway. The station is 120 feet below North Central Expressway just northeast of Downtown Dallas.
A few months ago, Google added the ability to browse historical Street View images to Google Maps. And with that ability came a nice look at the transformation of DART since 2007 including the addition of new rail and bus … Continue reading
In this 1988 photo, a forklift is used to install a new bus stop bench on the corner of Elm and Griffin streets in downtown Dallas.
DART is digging into the archives to show off some visual highlights from the agency’s 30-year history. Check back every Thursday for a new photo and follow along on Instagram for more great visuals from DART.