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Bikes on DART Rail and TRE

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Bicyclist on DART Rail
  • Bicycles brought on board DART Rail or the TRE must be placed in the area designated for disabled customers, provided it is not occupied.

  • Bicyclists must consider the number of passengers on the vehicle and the impact the presence of the bicycle will have on the safety of other passengers before bringing the bike on board.

  • Bikes and scooters share the space inside DART and TRE cars with persons using wheelchairs and strollers. Please move your bike for those persons if needed.

  • Bicyclists may not block the operator's cab when it is occupied.
Whether you're on a bus or a train, please consider the safety of others and stay with your bicycle at all times. DART staff, including vehicle operators, DART Police, Fare Enforcement Officers and field supervisors, may relocate or remove any bicycle that obstructs or negatively impacts DART operations or passengers.

Super DART Rail vehicles have added capacity and improved access

In 2008, DART updated its fleet of light rail vehicles (LRV) by inserting a new, low-floor insert between the existing sections of the vehicle adding seating capacity and improving access through level boarding. The SLRVs allow passengers with bicycles to roll directly onto the trains.

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Image: What's New aboard the SLRV

Ride Right!

DART values the safety and comfort of all passengers. Please exercise care when bringing bikes on board DART vehicles. A little courtesy and alertness on the part of the cyclist goes a long way toward ensuring a smoother ride for everyone. Thank you!

For questions related to our Bike & Ride program call 214-747-RIDE (7433)

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