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Your Cost of Driving vs. Riding DART

Do your share for cleaner air.

DART Bus and DART Rail at White Rock Station Since an estimated 55 percent of air pollution in North Texas is caused by emissions from vehicles such as cars and trucks, the most important thing any North Texan can do to improve air quality is to drive less. (View more air quality resource links)

Riding DART can save you money and help you do your share for cleaner air.

Use this form to determine your monthly cost of driving.
Composite national average cost per-mile** 61.88 cents
1. Enter your daily round trip commute distance from home to work (in miles)
2. Enter the number of days worked each month
3. Enter the average miles per gallon for your automobile
4. Enter the average price paid for a gallon of gas
5. Enter your monthly parking expenses
North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) has an extensive network of toll roads. Click here to view a toll road map and rate information.
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  • A $96 Local Monthly Pass or a $960 Local Annual Pass includes all DART buses, DART Rail, GoLink and service on the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) between EBJ Union Station and CentrePort/DFW Airport Station.
  • A $192 Regional Monthly Pass or a $1,920 Regional Annual Pass includes all DART buses, DART Rail, GoLink, all TRE service plus Trinity Metro in Fort Worth and DCTA in Denton County.
Find out how to get your monthly or annual pass today!

Participating employers get discounted rates for their employees with DART's Corporate Pass Programs.

It's up to each of us to take responsibility for the air we breathe.
View the Air North Texas website in a new browser windowOn 8.3.22, North Texans will join in by doing at least one extra thing for clean air. Clean Air Action Day is the day to incorporate a clean air strategy when traveling to work, making Friday night plans, getting the weekend started early with a trip to the lake or in another way.

To sustain momentum:

Learn more at
Additional DART Information:
» Bicycle Commuter Information
» Download the GoPass® app
» Purchase a GoPass® Tap card
Air Quality Resource Links:
» Air North Texas
» Try Parking It
» Drive Clean Across Texas
» North Central Texas Council of Governments Air Quality Information
» Carbon Footprint Calculator (Link courtesy of

** Estimate provided by the AAA publication, Your Driving Costs, updated by AAA every spring. In coming up with the estimate of 61.88 cents above, AAA figures in average fuel, routine maintenance, tires, insurance, license and registration, loan finance charges and depreciation costs for an automobile that is driven 15,000 miles per year. Excludes loan payment. Fuel costs were based on average prices for the 12 months ending May 31, 2019 of $2.679 per gallon. This estimate is provided by AAA.

Your estimated monthly cost of driving calculation does not include the average fuel price of $2.679 per gallon provided by AAA in order to allow for a current gas price calculation to be performed.
[61.88¢ - 11.60¢ = 50.28¢. For the purposes of this estimate, number used for adjusted average cost per-mile is 50¢. Please see page 8-9 of 2019 Your Driving Costs PDF for more information about the AAA estimate.]

AAA has been conducting this annual analysis since 1950. That year, driving a car 10,000 miles annually cost 9 cents a mile, and gasoline sold for 27 cents per gallon.

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