DART is upgrading its finance software systems this week and has learned it will impact the EZPay system RideShare riders use for paying monthly fares.
Major improvements are now visible at one of DART’s busiest bus stops at Walmart in Windsor Heights. DART, City of Windsor Heights, Walmart and Colby Interests worked together to serve riders.
DART is collecting feedback on updates it is making to its Title VI Program. Learn more online, or by attending one of two public meetings.
Oakridge Neighborhood Services, Children and Families of Iowa and Opportunity on Deck received retired RideShare vans through DART's van donation program.
DART is making changes to several of its routes and services on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019.
DART is collecting feedback on changes it would make to several of its member communities in summer or fall 2019.
DART was notified that riders should enter this Park & Ride lot from the entrance on Hickman Road beginning Wednesday, Oct. 31. Due to construction, all other entrances and exits to this lot will be blocked for approximately three weeks.
DART will donate three retired RideShare vans to nonprofit organizations, community groups or government agencies within DART’s service area this fall. Applications are due November 19.
Whether or not you use our services, we want to know what you think of DART. This fall, we are partnering with ETC Institute to measure customer satisfaction and community perception.
Avoid traffic and the search for parking at the Fair - ride DART instead. Free parking is available at three, convenient locations and buses drop off at Fair entrances.