You can find on this page the Dallas buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Dallas bus system map and the Dallas trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Dallas in Texas - USA.
The Dallas bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Dallas bus system. This bus map of Dallas will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Dallas in Texas - USA. The Dallas bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
DART operates local and express bus routes as you can see in Dallas bus map serving Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Richardson, Rowlett, Plano and University Park. To get going, use your GoPass app or call DART Customer Information at 214-979-1111 with your origin, destination and desired time of travel. Helpful operators will recommend the most convenient route and departure time, quote the one-way fare, and advise you of any necessary transfers along the way. Customers also can plan bus and rail trips from the convenience of their personal computers with the online DART Trip Planner available on DART.org. When traveling in downtown Dallas, visit the DART Store inside DART Headquarters at Akard Station for printed schedules or a system map. Schedules also are available at many libraries and other government centers.
With over 130 routes, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) operates local and express buses serving Irving, Dallas, Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glen Heights, Highland Park, Richardson, Rowlett, Plano and University Park as its shown in Dallas bus map. Generally, buses run every 30 minutes in peak hours and every 60 minutes during off-peak hours. A variety of local and regional passes are available to riders. Irving bus routes connect all parts of Irving and link the city to bus routes into Dallas. Several Irving bus routes connect to the Orange Line, light rail trains traveling to DFW Airport and downtown Dallas, and the Trinity Railway Express, train service between Dallas and Fort Worth.
113 wheelchair accessible city bus routes operate throughout Dallas. The buses are modern, with an electronic ramp located at the front door as its mentioned in Dallas bus map. Two wheelchair spaces on each bus include securement straps. My experience on DART buses was exceedingly positive – drivers were kind, courteous and helpful. I found the buses to run according to the posted schedule, and the routes seemed to be designed for efficiency. Wheelchair users looking to ride the city bus should flag the driver (raising a hand works best), to notify him/her of your intent to ride. Once aboard, the driver will tie down your wheelchair using securement straps. An easy to reach stop request button is located in the wheelchair securement area. Press the button as the bus approaches the stop you desire.
The Dallas trolley map shows all the stations and lines of the Dallas trolleybus system. This trolley map of Dallas will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trolleys of Dallas in Texas - USA. The Dallas trolley system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The McKinney Avenue Trolley, or M-Line, is a historic streetcar serving the Dallas Arts District. Due to the age of the vehicles used, there is no wheelchair access possible as its shown in Dallas trolley map. Wheelchair users seeking transportation to destinations served by the M-Line should consider using the city bus or DART On-Call services. The M-Line Trolley service is free. To connect to DART Rail, buy a DART Day Pass for $6.00 from the Ticket Vending Machine at any station. The nostalgic streetcar links the downtown Dallas Arts District with the trendy shops, galleries and bistros of Uptown, including West Village, where you can transfer to or from DART M-Line TrolleyRail at Cityplace/Uptown Station. An additional connection to DART Rail is available with the completion of an M-Line extension along Olive Street through Klyde Warren Park to near St. Paul Station.
Riding the Trolley is always FREE during regular service. Instead of charging a fare, we ask riders to consider supporting us by: Making a one-time donation through. Setting up a recurring donation, which is a great option for regular riders and commuters to provide ongoing support. Making a cash or check donation in the Trolley Farebox while riding. Chartering a trolley for special events, providing a memorable experience and location for your event while supporting our service. Volunteering with us. The origins of the line are traced back to the early 1980s and the idea of a local restaurateur to operate trolleys using original trolley tracks still intact under layers of paving along McKinney Ave as you can see in Dallas trolley map. In 1983, the non-profit McKinney Ave. Transit Authority (MATA) was founded and began to pursuing funding and acquiring suitable rolling stock. In the summer of 1984, the city of Dallas endorsed a 1.9 million dollar plan for a 1.3 mile line, which included $200,000 from the City, $400,000 from local merchants, and 1.3 Million from UMTA. As the project progressed, it increased in scope to a 2.8 mile line with a 5.9 million dollar price tag. Ultimately, local businesses and other supporters contributed 3.25 million to the project, and UMTA provided two grants totaling 2.5 million.
Riding the Trolley is as easy as its mentioned in Dallas trolley map: Locate a Stop: The M-Line has 42 designated stops, look for one of our maroon “M-Line Trolley stop” signs and stand next to it. Wait Safely: If the tracks are in the middle of the street, wait on the curb. The operator will stop traffic for you to board. Flag Us Down: When you see the trolley approaching, stand at the stop and wave at the driver so he or she knows you want to ride. Please Note: the trolley can only pick up/drop off at designated trolley stops. To operate the service, MATA acquired two relatively complete cars, one from Portugal and the other from Australia, and also restored two Dallas carbodies. Daily service was inaugurated in 1989, and the line’s initial months of operation were extraordinarily successful. However, a downturn of business after the initial wave of enthusiasm forced the MATA to devote more resources to the important business of marketing their new line. This began a successful collaboration with the convention and tourist agencies of the area, and with businesses along the line.