About DART
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About DART Paratransit Service

Who can ride DART?

Unlike Community Transit's fixed-route bus service, which allows anyone who pays the fare to ride, DART requires you to complete an eligibility process before you start reserving trips.

Community Transit DART Paratransit Service  requires riders to complete an eligibility process before you start reserving trips.

To qualify for DART paratransit service, you must be age 6 years or older and you must meet one of these conditions in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):

  • Your disability or condition prevents you from getting to or from a fixed-route bus stop
  • Your disability or condition prevents you from waiting for a fixed-route bus
  • Your disability or condition prevents you from getting on or off a fixed-route bus
  • Your disability or condition prevents you from being able to ride a fixed-route bus or to understand and follow transit instructions

Through the application process we will determine your eligibility for DART service and your support needs for using the service.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

ADA is a federal law
Eligibility for ADA paratransit service

DART Riding Companions

Personal Care Attendants (PCA)
Companions
Children
Animals

DART Eligibility

How do I apply for DART services?
How will I know if I qualify for DART?
Where and when does DART operate?
What if I do not live in the DART service area?