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The DART Rail system features 64 stations, located in downtown Dallas, South Dallas, South Oak Cliff, West Oak Cliff, the North Central Expressway Corridor to North Dallas, Richardson and Plano, the Northeast Corridor to Garland and Rowlett, the Northwest Corridor to Farmers Branch and Carrollton, the Southeast Corridor to Pleasant Grove and the Northwest Corridor to Irving and DFW Airport. Use the online DART Trip Planner, Google Transit or call 214-979-1111 for help.

Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs) are located on the platforms at all rail stations. Machines accept cash and credit cards. A two-hour pass is $2.50 and a Local Day Pass is $5.00. Two-hour passes and day passes purchased from TVMs are already time/date stamped and ready to use. Two-hour passes are valid for two hours from the time of purchase and day passes are valid only on the date of purchase through 3 a.m. the following day.

If you have a Day Pass Voucher, before boarding the train, date/time stamp your voucher at the ticket vending machine. The validator is located below the pass selection screen. Day Pass Vouchers are valid for the date they are validated through 3 a.m. the following day.

published schedules for all passenger stops. Locate the platform for trains traveling in the direction you want to go by using the color-coded (red, blue, green or orange) destination signs on the platform. Signs list the final destination of trains, and trains stop at each station on the line. 4. Board the train.

Check the destination sign on the train. If the doors do not open automatically, push the button on the side of the train. You may sit anywhere you like. Generally, areas near the front door and in the low-floor center car section are reserved for elderly and mobility-impaired passengers. You may carry on baby strollers, carts and other small items; just be sure they don’t block the aisle.

On Saturday, November 6, 2010, DART marked the debut of level boarding at all light rail stations. This transition followed two-and-a-half years of construction and station closures. Special use platforms or "high blocks," which served persons with disabilities and mobility challenges since the rail system opened in 1996, were also removed from service, as these passengers begin utilizing the low-floor center doors in each train’s center section. See more information at www.DART.org/LB.

Every day passengers board DART buses and trains with strollers. Many of these passengers desire to use the priority seating and securement area to access transit. See these Stroller Smart guidelines when sharing limited space on public transit. 5. Hold on to your ticket.

Fare Inspectors may inspect your ticket as proof of payment. When using GoPass, be sure to buy and activate your ticket before boarding the train. Show the activated ticket on your smartphone to the fare enforcement officer when required. 6. Get off at your stop.

The DART Rail system features 64 stations, located in downtown Dallas, South Dallas, South Oak Cliff, West Oak Cliff, the North Central Expressway Corridor to North Dallas, Richardson and Plano, the Northeast Corridor to Garland and Rowlett, the Northwest Corridor to Farmers Branch and Carrollton, the Southeast Corridor to Pleasant Grove and the Northwest Corridor to Irving and DFW Airport. Use the online DART Trip Planner, Google Transit or call 214-979-1111 for help.

Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs) are located on the platforms at all rail stations. Machines accept cash and credit cards. A two-hour pass is $2.50 and a Local Day Pass is $5.00. Two-hour passes and day passes purchased from TVMs are already time/date stamped and ready to use. Two-hour passes are valid for two hours from the time of purchase and day passes are valid only on the date of purchase through 3 a.m. the following day.

If you have a Day Pass Voucher, before boarding the train, date/time stamp your voucher at the ticket vending machine. The validator is located below the pass selection screen. Day Pass Vouchers are valid for the date they are validated through 3 a.m. the following day.

published schedules for all passenger stops. Locate the platform for trains traveling in the direction you want to go by using the color-coded (red, blue, green or orange) destination signs on the platform. Signs list the final destination of trains, and trains stop at each station on the line. 4. Board the train.

Check the destination sign on the train. If the doors do not open automatically, push the button on the side of the train. You may sit anywhere you like. Generally, areas near the front door and in the low-floor center car section are reserved for elderly and mobility-impaired passengers. You may carry on baby strollers, carts and other small items; just be sure they don’t block the aisle.

On Saturday, November 6, 2010, DART marked the debut of level boarding at all light rail stations. This transition followed two-and-a-half years of construction and station closures. Special use platforms or "high blocks," which served persons with disabilities and mobility challenges since the rail system opened in 1996, were also removed from service, as these passengers begin utilizing the low-floor center doors in each train’s center section. See more information at www.DART.org/LB.

Every day passengers board DART buses and trains with strollers. Many of these passengers desire to use the priority seating and securement area to access transit. See these Stroller Smart guidelines when sharing limited space on public transit. 5. Hold on to your ticket.

Fare Inspectors may inspect your ticket as proof of payment. When using GoPass, be sure to buy and activate your ticket before boarding the train. Show the activated ticket on your smartphone to the fare enforcement officer when required. 6. Get off at your stop.