At Last, Dallas Voters Hand DART a Mass-Transit Mandate

Preston, Darrell
August 2000
Bond Buyer;08/15/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30954, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Dallas, Texas area voters overwhelmingly endorsed Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority's plan to issue up to $2.9 billion of bonds to speed up construction of its light-rail system. Sources of financing for the construction of a light-rail starter system in 1988; Issuance date for the first $300 million of long-term debt.


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