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Getting to the Stadium Just Got Cheaper, in Fort Worth

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    The Fort Worth Transportation Authority is offering football fans a more economical way to get to Dallas Cowboys games.

      The transportation authority will offer $5 round-trip bus service from downtown Fort Worth to the new nearly $1.2 billion Cowboys Stadium in Arlington for home games. People who want to park at the T&P Station lot can pony up another $5-per-vehicle fee.
     
    The Cowboy Coach service begins Sept. 20 as Dallas opens the home season against the New York Giants.
     
    Individual vehicle parking can cost up to $75 at Cowboys Stadium. Parking in lots next door at Rangers Stadium will range from $20 to $60.
     
    Dallas Area Rapid Transit will not offer service to Cowboys games. Spokesman Morgan Lyons on Wednesday told The Associated Press that Arlington is not a member city with DART.
     

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