It’s All Connected.
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. DART’s
extensive network of DART Rail, Trinity
Railway Express (TRE) and bus services
e;ciently transports passengers across a
700-square-mile service area, giving them
a simpler, more a;ordable commute.
;e light-rail network – DART Rail –
consists of the Red, Blue, Green
and Orange lines, which connect
employment centers, medical services
and entertainment destinations
throughout Carrollton, Dallas, Farmers
Branch, Garland, Irving, Plano and
Richardson. Plus, the TRE commuter
line links DART customers to DFW
International Airport, in addition to
destinations in Irving and downtown Fort
Worth. Free parking is available at most
rail stations, and all are served by bus
routes specially timed to make transfers
quick and easy.
Commuters can also save time and
money by taking advantage of DART’s
carpool and vanpool programs. In
addition, DART has a ;eet of modern,
accessible vehicles that o;ers curb-to-curb
transportation for people with disabilities.
DART’s rail system is growing fast.
;e ;rst section of the Orange Line to
Irving-Las Colinas opens on Monday, July
30, 2012. ;e second segment follows on
Monday, December 3, 2012. Meanwhile,
the 4.5-mile extension of the Blue Line
from downtown Garland to downtown
Rowlett opens in December 2012.
Ready to hop on board? Call DART
Customer Information at 214.979.1111
or plan your trip online at DART.org.
Trinity Railway Express (TRE)
No Sunday Service on TRE.
Peak hours on weekdays only.
Open to Rowlett December 2012.
Open to Irving Convention Center July 2012.
Open to Belt Line December 2012.
to Denton (operated by DC TA)
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Baylor University Medical Center
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