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DART Paratransit

A DART rider smiles while sitting aboard a bus.

What is Community Transit’s DART Paratransit Service?

DART (Dial-A-Ride Transportation) provides paratransit service for people who cannot access or use Community Transit’s fixed-route bus service due to a disability or condition.

 

DART is like fixed-route bus in that you will be riding with other people, traveling to destinations within 3/4 of a mile of our local fixed-route bus service, and traveling during the same hours the buses go to those destinations.

 

To use DART Paratransit, you must first qualify for eligibility and then call ahead to schedule your trips.


DART Paratransit service improvements starting October 1

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Keep using DART service as you are now. You don't need to make any changes or take any action.
  • You won't need to do anything differently. How you schedule rides will remain the same and any scheduled rides will transfer over.
  • We’re keeping what works. We'll have the same contact info, the same vehicles and many of the same friendly drivers and people to help you.
  • Expect an improved experience. We're planning upgrades to give you new options on how you schedule rides and to improve our service reliability.

COVID-19 Health & Safety

Don’t ride if you feel sick
Wear a face covering
Stay at least 6 feet from the driver and other riders

DART Quick-Start Checklist

2. Complete an application process
3. Schedule your trips in advance
4. Have your information ready when scheduling
5. Be ready to board on time
6. Pay with cash, ticket books or a pass
7. DART is a shared ride
8. Cancel at least two hours in advance

DART Call Center Hours and Information

Information and Trip Requests
Confirmation and Pick-Up Times
Cancellations