Man vs. DART

Is it faster to run to campus or take the DART? Watch the video to find out.

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City applies for federal funding for proposed Cotton Belt Trail

The Richardson City Council has applied for federal funding to cover the segment of the proposed Cotton Belt Trail that services UTD, which...

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DART passes to be accessible on mobile

UTD’s Parking and Transportation Department will implement an electronic student Dallas Area Rapid Transit pass that will be available as a mobile phone...


DARTing forward

How important is public transit to you? At UTD, we have a large population of students — international students and local residents alike...

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New rail line to be built near Northside apartments, campus

Dallas Area Rapid Transit is working closely with UTD to develop a new rail line that will run adjacent to the Northside complex....

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Dallas mayoral candidate swings by campus

No Labels UTD, a nonpartisan organization on campus, invited Dallas mayoral candidate Marcos Ronquillo to speak with students May 4. Ronquillo, who is...


A Week on DART

Mercury staffer uses solely public transportation for a week, finds pleasant experiences Created in 1983, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit, or DART, is...

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Comet Cruiser offering expanded

Students can now enjoy an expanded Comet Cruiser service on DART Route 883.  A third shuttle was added to the route Aug. 29...


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