Enjoy the best in mobility transit
DART operates local and express bus routes serving Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Richardson, Rowlett, Plano and University Park. To get going, use your GoPass app or call DART Customer Information at 214-979-1111 with your origin, destination and desired time of travel. Helpful operators will recommend the most convenient route and departure time, quote the one-way fare, and advise you of any necessary transfers along the way. Customers also can plan bus and rail trips from the convenience of their personal computers with the online DART Trip Planner available on DART.org.
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DART is far more than just "the thing you ride."
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) gets you around Dallas, Texas, and 12 surrounding cities with modern public transit services and customer facilities tailored to make your trip fast, comfortable and economical. Our extensive network of DART Light Rail, Trinity Railway Express commuter rail, bus routes and paratransit services moves more than 220,000 passengers per day across our 700-square-mile service area.
Fixed Route Convenient of Curbside Service
DART Bus System
Riding the bus is easy
The Dallas Streetcar operated by DART
DART Rail System
Enjoy the best in DART rail services
DART's customers ride 93-mile light rail system that requires about 9.5 million kilowatt hours per month.
As customers ride DART's electric-powered light rail vehicles, they are riding the wave of the future, and traveling into the past as well. Like the streetcars of yesterday, the new non-polluting rail cars are powered by electricity fed from overhead lines. Each DART light rail vehicle is a state-of-the-art example of modern rail technology.
DART Rail Facts
Riding the rail is easy. DART's Rail Cars Are Electric-powered Wonders
DART project updates
The 2040 Transit System Plan is being developed using a phased approach
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