Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) gets you around Dallas 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 Rail, Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and bus services moves more than 220,000 passengers per day across our 700-square-mile service area.
DART and car-sharing service Zipcar are creating a new connection to make public transit a more practical option for Dallas-area commuters.
Zipcar is now parking two vehicles at Mockingbird Station. The cars are located at two marked spots in the...
Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s rail service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will provide the world’s business travelers, conventioneers and tourists with direct access to many of North Texas’ high-profile destinations.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport are making final preparations on the last segment of the Orange Line, which arrives at the new DFW Airport Station on Aug. 18.
To accommodate Mavs parade-goers, DART added 34 light rail cars to daily service (a total of 130 vehicles) and up to 120 buses for post-event service. The TRE added rail cars to their regular morning fleet as well as one additional train trip. Buses...
More than $5.3 billion in private-capital transit-oriented development projects have been built, are under construction, or are planned near Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s light rail stations since the debut of DART Rail in 1996.
The region’s long-term investment in the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Light Rail System has generated more than $7.4 billion in regional economic impact, according to a new study of the agency’s capital spending between 2003 and 2013.
D-Link buses begin circulating through downtown Dallas and neighboring districts on Nov. 4. The free shuttle – a partnership among DART, the city of Dallas and Downtown Dallas, Inc. – connects major tourist attractions and employment centers in the...
DART's new fleet of smoother-riding, cleaner-running CNG 40-foot buses is taking to the streets. The new fleet began service on January 28 and will replace the agency's mix of diesel and liquefied natural gas buses by 2015.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood approved a nearly $120 million loan that will enable Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) to advance construction on the third phase of its light rail Orange Line extension project.