Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will be implementing major changes to reactivate bus, rail and GoLink services starting Monday, Oct. 19. The agency will restore service on a group of routes and improve frequencies on others to just under 90 percent of pre-COVID19 pandemic levels.

Seven higher-volume bus routes and light rail service will offer 20-minute frequency weekdays until 7 p.m. and 30-minute frequency thereafter; weekend service will remain unchanged.

A Western Carrollton GoLink service, which has been operating on a trial basis since May 11, will become permanent, and low-ridership routes 27, 42, 155, 210, 211, 385, 585, 840 and 887 will be discontinued, modified or replaced. Sixty-five routes with higher ridership and potential for social distancing concerns, plus the Trinity Railway Express (TRE), will return to pre-pandemic service levels.

Forty-eight routes in the system will remain on their current modified schedules.

Website: www.DART.org/ServiceChange
Contact: 214-979-1111