Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) bus and rail service will resume tomorrow, Saturday, February 26, on its regular schedule.
DART rail service was suspended starting on Wednesday, February 23 due to the extreme winter weather experienced across the North Texas area. “The safety of DART riders and employees will always be the primary focus of the agency,” said Michele Wong Krause, chair of the DART Board of Directors. “Throughout the extreme weather this week, DART continued to provide service through our bus network, including 14 bus routes dedicated to riders at our rail stations. DART employees also worked throughout the night transporting passengers after service hours from rail and bus stations to ensure they got home safely.”
Riders can continue to stay informed about service changes by registering for DART Alerts at www.dart.org.
To ensure DART riders stay warm during the expected cold weather this weekend, and to provide assistance with travel planning, the following DART transit centers will be available from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, February 26 and 27. DART staff will be at each location to allow riders into the transit center.
- Addison Transit Center
- Central Business District (CBD) West Transfer Center
- Central Business District (CBD) East Transfer Center
- Cockrell Hill Transfer Location
- Downtown Garland Station
- Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station
- J.B. Jackson, Jr. Transit Center
- Ledbetter Station
- Parker Road Station
- South Garland Transit Center