Wednesday, April 21, 2021

DART running a modified weekday schedule during COVID-19 crisis

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) continues to provide transit service while safeguarding its customers and employees in response to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

As many in North Texas remain at home under shelter in place orders, DART plans to implement temporary service adjustments for bus and light rail starting Monday, April 6, that reflects current ridership demand.

While DART ridership has fallen since the outbreak, DART remains committed to providing services for North Texas riders who rely on buses and trains to get to jobs, stores, and medical appointments. This includes the many transit-dependent first responders who continue to keep us safe during the ongoing pandemic.

Service could be adjusted further as the coronavirus situation evolves, but for now, DART plans to implement the following temporary service changes:

  • All bus routes will have service on weekdays except routes 155 and 887. Route 155 customers have access to route 554, and 887 customers have access to GoLink Service.
  • All light rail service will operate at a 20-minute frequency throughout the day.
  • All DART Transit Center indoor seating areas will be closed.
  • No changes are being made to the Dallas Streetcar schedule or weekend bus and light rail service.

More details can be found at www.dart.org/mod or by calling DART Customer Service at (214) 979-1111.

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