Arlington Calls It Quits on MAX Bus Route, Opting for Ride-sharing Vans Instead

Arlington, once billed as the largest U.S. city without public transportation, brought an end this week to its first and only bus route: the Metro ArlingtonXpress.The contract for the MAX, a bus route operated by Dallas Area Rapid Transit, officially came to an end Friday — but its fate had been sealed for a while.The bus service, which served about 300 riders per day since it began four years ago, "was not designed to be a permanent solution" for Arlington's public transit needs, DART spokesman Morgan Lyons said.   Continue reading...

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