Ask DART: How Do the New Bus Service Changes Impact My Commute?

You spoke. We listened.

DART’s new bus service changes took place Aug. 12 as a direct result of feedback from riders like you. The agency reworked almost half of its bus routes to make your commute faster and easier. Read on to see how the new changes transform the way you move.

Better Cross-Town Service

Better Frequency

More On-Time Service

  • DART added 41 new buses to its schedule to provide more on-time service.
  • New bus-to-bus and bus-to-rail connections make transferring easier.

To view new timetables and schedules online and to learn more about these new bus service changes, visit DART.org/zoom or transporteDART.org or call DART Customer Service at 214.979.1111.

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4 Responses to Ask DART: How Do the New Bus Service Changes Impact My Commute?

  1. Heath says:

    You missed it on the 210. Getting home 20-25 minutes later

    • Krystal-Rose Agu says:

      Hi, Heath. If customers are riding down to Cedars Station and waiting on the bus in the afternoon, it will add time to their trip home. There may be a way to save time – let us know where you work and we can help you find the closest northbound bus stop for Route 210.

  2. Faisal says:

    There should be an Express bus from Northwest Plano Park and Ride to Irving Convention centre.
    Will be much profitable and much helpful for the people who have to take the 347 to Addison and then the 403 to Irving which takes 2 hours in total.

    • Krystal-Rose Agu says:

      Hi, Faisal. This is a great suggestion and we appreciate your input. There used to be a bus (Route 234) that made a similar trip, but was cancelled due to low ridership. We are currently beginning a system-wide plan to prioritize improvements to our bus system based on their ridership impact and effectiveness. We will consider this connection in that effort. Thanks again.

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