About DART

Walnut Hill Station
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. Our extensive network of DART Rail, Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and bus services moves more than 220,000 passengers per day across our 700-square-mile service area.

7 Responses to About DART

  1. JaShell Evans says:

    How do I app to work for dart

  2. Mike says:

    Is there someone that has at least a few brain cells that could call me back? How would I get in touch with a human that speaks English and understands basic life principles?

  3. Anna Perry says:

    They were alive when I completed the Walnut Hill Station?

  4. Linda Middleton says:

    Do you have plans to add internet and/or cell service at the Cityplace Station? It is a matter of safety, especially since the recent shooting incident. Thank you for your consideration.

    • Krystal-Rose Agu says:

      Hi, Linda. At the current time, there are no plans to add Wi-Fi equipment to the Cityplace tunnel which is roughly 120 feet below Central Expressway. That depth underground is why there isn’t any cell service.

      We do have security guards/police on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week and there are notification devices on the Cityplace platform where customers can notify DART Police. Within the tunnel, there are clearly marked call boxes connected to our train control center.

      Also, if a passenger is ever in an emergency situation in the tunnels they should remain on board the train. There are call boxes within each rail car which connects them with the train operator. The operator can then contact train control via radio for assistance.

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