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DART News Release

Media Relations Contact:
Gordon Shattles
Mark A. Ball

May 14, 2020

DART to Discuss New Bus Network with Facebook Live event

You are invited to participate in a DARTzoom Facebook Live event Tuesday, May 19, at noon CDT, to share your thoughts on how a Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) redesigned bus network should look.

During the event, DART Assistant Vice President of Service Planning and Development, Rob Smith; DART Senior Manager of Community Affairs, Lawrence Meshack; DART Senior Manager of Transit Center Services, Ralph Parker III and Jarrett Walker + Associates Transportation Planner, Michelle Poyourow will be on hand to provide insight on the new bus redesign project, including:

  • An update on where the redesign currently stands in terms of development, logistics and planning.
  • How the project will impact DART's 13 service area cities.
  • How you can provide feedback or participate as the process moves forward.
The Details
What: A Facebook Live event with the DARTzoom experts, who will be providing North Texans important updates about DART's new bus network.
When: Tuesday, May 19, at noon CDT.
Where: Visit DART's Facebook page and follow the hashtag #DARTzoom for real-time updates.
Why: DART's goal is to receive public input about the redesign of their bus network and discuss how to best move North Texas forward for the future.
How: Ask a question about the project by following along and using the hashtag #DARTzoom.

Question and Answer
There will be a question-and-answer session during the Facebook Live event to allow participants to weigh in with their questions, concerns and thoughts.

More Ways to Send Feedback
Can't attend the live event or want to share more feedback about the new bus network redesign? Take a survey at or share your questions and comments about the new bus network by sending an email to the project team at [email protected].

Join DART for the DARTzoom Facebook Live event Tuesday, May 19, at noon CDT to hear more about the project and what it means for the future of North Texans.

For more information about the new bus network redesign, visit

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