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October 08, 2012

Bus service coming to UT Arlington; Rail line may be on the way

@gdickson

Arlington's image as the largest city in the U.S. without mass transit could be making a dramatic turnaround. A bus service to UT-Arlington is scheduled to being next fall, and it could lead to the creation of a rail line from the campus to CentrePort, just south of DFW Airport. And, as if that's not enough, Arlington is in a position to win a stop on the region's high-speed rail line - yes, that's 200 mph trains - planned for 2020. Hsr1

Photo: berkeley.edu

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