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What does DART stand for?
DART stands for Dallas Area Rapid Transit
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 181 other meanings of DART in our Acronym Attic
- Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Services (various locations)
- Dry Ash Removal System
- Destiladora de Alcoholes y Rones Sociedad Anónima (Guatemala)
- Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Steering Committee
- Department of the Army Relocation Services for Employees
- Diode Array Rapid-Scan Spectrometer
- Daily Advisories/Risk & Threat (FEMA)
- Daily Automatic Regression Tester
- Daily Average Revenue Trades
- Dairy Accelerated Rocket Thingy (Kids Next Door show)
- Damage Assessment and Recovery Team (NASA)
- Damage Assessment Reconnaissance Team (FEMA)
- Damage Assessment Regulations Team
- Damage Assessment Response Team
- Dane Alliance for Rail Transit
- Danish Adult Reading Test
- Data Access and Retrieval Tool (US Army Natick Soldier Center)
- Data Access Real Time
- Data Analysis and Reduction Tool
- Data Analysis and Review Team
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit system is proof of that.
Lord, Cary, NC, a developer of high performance elastomers and products for bonding elastomers to metals, as well as a worldwide supplier of adhesives to the rubber industry, announced a contract with Progress Rail Services for the supply of fasteners for two turn-outs on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
Further, the author reviews for the reader the Dallas area rapid transit concept of assigning sworn uniform officers to light rail vehicles and provides highlights of the New Jersey Transit Police 1996 Annual Report involving transit robberies and assaults.
Once ridiculed as a waste of money that would never work in a car-crazy town, the success of light rail trains in Dallas is now leading more than a dozen surrounding cities to ask the once-scorned Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency (DART) to serve their residents.