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- Disaster Assistance Response Team
- Disaster Animal Response Team
- Disaster Area Response Team
- Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team
- Disaster Response Team
- Dublin Area Rapid Transport
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In DART's case, though, instead of alienating its potential customer base by making it impossible for people beyond its immediate range to do so, DART is noting that there's a market for people who live waaaaaaaaay out who don't want to have to mess with the traffic all the way to downtown.
After decades of mismanagement, DART is finally pulling its head out of its posterior and trying to make a profit, mostly by (trumpet call) setting up more park and ride space.
DART is the host agency for the convention which will attract more than 17,000 transportation leaders from industry, government and transit agencies and nearly 800 exhibitors representing bus and rail manufacturers and transit equipment suppliers.
DART is scheduled to begin construction later this year on light rail extensions that will double its 45-mile system by 2013 with extensions to Fair Park, South Dallas and Pleasant Grove along with Northwest Dallas, the cities of Farmers Branch, Carrollton and Irving in addition to DFW International Airport.
If the event happened off the coast of Alaska, the closest tsunamigenic zone to Hawaii, remotely operated buoys called Deep-ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis buoys—commonly called DART buoys—would be able to tell the size and velocity of a tsunami headed across the Pacific.
Those so-called DART teams figure out where to guide the search and response teams when they get there.
To echo an earlier point ... how many special access vehicles (CT calls the DART Dial-A-Ride Transit) do you see with individuals in them.
It all starts with the satellite known as DART, which was sent into orbit today.
His main means of providing for his family at this time is supervising a rag tag band of fugitive diesel mechanics at the Dallas Area Rapid Transit, aka DART, in Texas.
And as we kind of look out, we will continue to invest in dynamic adaptive radiotherapy, sometimes referred to as DART and that capability will be broadly enhanced in our next base.