Inmotion SUMMER 2017
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Take a Pass on Traffic
Tap and Go
Funding the Future

Celebrating Riders of All Ages
DART Current and Future Services
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Celebrating Riders of All Ages

DART's Transit Education team was busy this spring presenting its two signature, annual events: the Student Art Contest and the Older Americans Month Information & Health Fair.

Student Art Contest

On April 29, students, families, friends, teachers, members of the creative community and DART staff gathered at the Dallas Museum of Art to celebrate the young people whose art best illustrated the theme, "The adventure starts here."

This year's art contest attracted the attention of 171 schools, and from these schools came 2,246 individual entries. Judges selected 28 winners, including this year's Best of Show: Caitlin Savage from Plano East Senior High School.

DART featured Caitlin's artwork on the side of a DART bus, which will travel across the agency's 13-city service area through September. And for the second year, Dallas Love Field displayed the student artwork until mid-July.

Community partners for this year's art contest included the Dallas Museum of Art, Half Price Books, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Zoo and Dallas Contemporary. Media partners were NBC5, Telemundo 39, Al Día, The Dallas Morning News and Suburban Parent.

To view this year's winners' artwork, visit

Older Americans Month Information & Health Fair

Age Out Loud was the theme for this year's Older Americans Month Information & Health Fair. On May 11, about 1,400 seniors from throughout North Texas took part in the one-day event that offered free health screenings, information and resources, prizes and giveaways, lunch and more.

Attendees also had the chance to purchase a DART Senior Citizen Annual Pass at the event, and more than 100 people took advantage of the opportunity.

Community partners included the city of Dallas, Community Council and Dallas Police Department. Media partners were Telemundo 39, Al Día, NBC5 and The Dallas Morning News.

Photo highlights from the Older Americans event are available at

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