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DART – Let's Go.


Rider Alert: As of Monday, November 23, 2015, Route 49 and 722 (D-Link) bus stops formerly on Houston were relocated to Victory Avenue. These changes will become a permanent part of the respective routes when new system-wide service changes take effect in March 2016 (Click here to see maps of new routing).
D-Link Bus
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D-Link is a special service from DART that lets you explore the districts of downtown Dallas and historic Oak Cliff. It's your link to arts, fun, culture and dining.

You'll find eclectic neighborhoods such as the Bishop Arts District and The Cedars, sleek developments such as Victory Park and Uptown and areas with a little something for everyone such as the Main Street District and the West End Historic District.

D-Link is the convenient and hassle-free way to experience it all. Hop aboard and discover the things that make Dallas so uniquely Dallas.

  • Buses run every 15 minutes, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday
  • Service provided by DART, Downtown Dallas, Inc. and the City of Dallas
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D-Link (Route 722)

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D-Link Destination Information:

Learn more about the Bishop Arts District It's hardly a secret: the Bishop Arts District is the hottest neighborhood in town for indie boutiques, offbeat galleries, funky home wares, one-of-a-kind taverns, and fine and casual dining. And now it's closer than ever.
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D-Link: Your Link to Fun D-Link also provides a direct connection to parts of Victory Park and lower Uptown that previously were a walk from the DART lines. D-Link also serves the entirety of the booming Main Street District - the epicenter of Dallas' downtown renaissance. Learn more.

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