DART Rail

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DART Rail is a light rail system serving Dallas and surrounding cities such as Irving, Carrollton, Richardson, Plano, Garland, and Rowlett. DART Rail connects with M-Line Trolley, Dallas Streetcar, Trinity Railway Express, and DCTA A-Train.

Contents

Train service

Station information:

The light rail system consists of four lines:

DART Rail Red Line - Parker Road - Westmoreland
DART Rail Blue Line - Downtown Rowlett - UNT Dallas
DART Rail Green Line - North Carrollton/Frankford - Buckner
DART Rail Orange Line - DFW Airport - LBJ/Central - Parker Road

Map

How to take DART Rail

Plan your trip

Select a station through the map above for access and parking information on individual stations.

Riding DART Rail

Before you board the light rail, you need to buy a ticket or pass from a DART Rail ticket machine (located at every station). Light rail is a proof of payment system. Riders must have a valid or pass while onboard the light rail.

On the platform, board the train that goes to your station. The headsign on the vehicle will show the destination (with line color on background). The line and train destination are announced at stations.

On the train, announcements will be made for the next station.

Bicycles

Bicycles can be taken aboard DART rail at all hours on all cars with no additional fare. Board the train through the center door of each car and use the vertical racks available to stow bikes.

Selected light rail stations offers bicycle racks and/or lockers.

Disabled access

Passengers needing level boarding access (wheelchairs, walker, baby strollers, bicycles) should board and exit through the center door of each car (each car has 5 doors and 3 sections). The center section is low floor and is at the same level as the platform.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit | Bus routes | Fares | Maps | DART Rail | Trinity Railway Express

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