LightRail in Downtown Dallas, Texas 2018 – Dallas Video



A quick layover led me to downtown Dallas where I experienced this extensive light rail system.

DART Light Rail, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail, is a light rail system in Dallas, Texas and its suburbs owned and operated by Dallas Area Rapid Transit. The system comprises 93 miles (150 km) among its four lines — the Red Line, the Blue Line, the Green Line, and the Orange Line. It is the longest light rail system in the United States. As of the fourth quarter of 2017, the system has an average weekday ridership of 98,700, making it the largest light rail system in the Southern United States by ridership, and the sixth largest in the United States by ridership. The system uses 163 light rail trains manufactured by Kinki Sharyo, with all trains being converted to “Super” LRVs which feature level boarding and higher passenger capacity. ~Wikipedia

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  1. I LIKE THE LIGHTRAIL TRAIN IN TEXAS

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  2. You should go see the San Antonio buses

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  3. Have you considered doing Houston again?

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  4. the energy could be on the ground or battery

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  5. DART? Didn't Irish Rail copyright the name then?

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  6. Thanks much for the great video

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  7. please tell me your coming back to houston it has changed so much

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