DART is collecting public feedback as it plans for its August 2018 service change, which will include the addition of a new crosstown route in north Des Moines, changes to Local Route 10 and updates to schedules and frequencies for many of DART's Local Routes.
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DART would like to know what you think of its bus services. Are DART buses usually on time? Is it easy to find the best route? Is it easy to pay? Let us know what you think by taking a short survey and be entered to win one of 10 monthly bus passes.
A new MyDART Trip Planner and Next DART Bus feature is now live on ridedart.com and in the MyDART app. The new tools have improved search functionality and more options for getting real-time arrival of buses.
The City of Des Moines and DART are providing free public transportation to attendees of the Des Moines Civil and Human Rights Symposium on Wednesday, Mar. 14 at Des Moines University.
DART was notified in January 2018 that it was the recipient of a grant through the Iowa Clean Air Attainment Program that will be used to create a new crosstown route that travels east and west on Euclid/Douglas between Merle Hay Mall and E 42nd Street. As DART works on planning this route, we want to hear from our riders about how they might use this service.