Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is a regional transit agency authorized under Chapter 452 of the Texas Transportation Code and was created by voters and funded with a one-cent local sales tax on August 13, 1983. The service area consists of 13 cities: Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Plano, Richardson, Rowlett, and University Park.
|Geographic Service Area||13 cities, 700 square miles|
|FY 2022 Operating Budget||$580.4 million|
|FY 2022 Capital and Non-Operating Budget||$841.9 million|
|FY 2022 Employees||3,762|
|FY 2022 Sales Tax Revenue||$610 million|
|FY 2021 Systemwide Ridership (all modes)||36.1 million|
|Total Bus Fleet||692|
|Bus Transit Centers/Transfer Centers/Transfer Locations/Park-and-Rides||14|
|Number of Bus Stops||6,878|
|FY 2021 Bus Ridership||20.1 million|
|Light Rail System Length||93 miles|
|Number of Light Rail Stations||65|
|Total Light Rail Fleet||163|
|FY 2021 Light Rail Ridership||14.5 million|
|Commuter Rail System Length (Trinity Railway Express)||33.8 miles|
|Number of Commuter Rail Stations||10|
|Total Commuter Rail Fleet||9 locomotives, 17 bi-level coaches,|
8 bi-level cab cars
|FY 2021 Commuter Rail Ridership||795,300|
|Dallas Streetcar (City of Dallas owned) System Length||2.4 miles|
|Number of Dallas Streetcar Stations||6|
|Total Dallas Streetcar Fleet||4|
|FY 2021 Dallas Streetcar Ridership||145,400|
|FY 2021 Vanpool Ridership||31,200|
|FY 2021 Paratransit Ridership||571,300|
|Number of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) and Managed Lanes **||Managed by TxDOT|
|Number of HOV and Managed Lane Miles||Managed by TxDOT|
|FY 2021 HOV Commuter Trips||Discontinued collecting data beginning 2015|
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