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Back in the day, from 1963 to 2002, Fort Worth had a subway – kind of like New York City – except much smaller and considerably slower. Some of those cars are still around, one parked on display in the lobby of...
In the last several years, the Tarrant Regional Water District has spent almost $50,000 of taxpayer money to study trolleys to and from Panther Island, according to records obtained by NBC 5 Investigates.
With its future funding in question, Fort Worth’s unfinished “Panther Island” project will now get an extensive study on how to move forward.
J.D. Granger, the person in charge of the billion-dollar "Panther Island" project in Fort Worth, says he has no doubt he can deliver … even though he's not completely clear on when.
One day after learning Fort Worth’s “Panther Island” project missed out on federal funding again, for the third year in a row, some of the people overseeing the work insisted there’s no reason to sweat.
For the third year in-a-row Fort Worth’s Panther Island project has failed to receive federal funding, raising more concerns about the future of the plan to re-shape the area just north of downtown Fort Worth.