DART Station Access Program
Making DART more accessible!
| Victory Station offers a connection to one of Dallas' most popular pathways, the Katy Trail – which runs from Victory Park through Uptown to the Mockingbird Station area.
From Forest Lane Station, it's easy to connect to the Cottonwood Trail heading north under the High Five Interchange to Spring Valley Road. The station also offers a connection to the White Rock Creek Trail heading south to White Rock Lake.
A pedestrian bridge helps cyclists and walkers safely cross Interstate 635 (also known as the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway) and reach LBJ/Skillman Station from their neighborhood.
DART has installed a path connecting Hatcher Station to the adjacent neighborhood.
Now more than ever, you don't need a car to get where you need to go. You’ve got greener options – by foot, by bike, by bus, by train or any combination you choose!
DART's Station Access Program is making it easier to connect to DART from your home, from neighborhood businesses and from area hike-and-bike trails.
DART has made it convenient to lock up your bike at a DART facility or take your bike on board a bus or train. Going multimodal isn't just greener for the environment – it also makes for more green in your bank account. Now you can combine the affordability of public transit with the health benefits of walking and cycling. No need to go to the gym when you can get your exercise heading to catch your bus or train!
DART continues to work with community leaders so that you'll have even more connections in the future. Check DART.org for continuing updates and the latest information on DART's Station Access Program.
Park your ride!At rail stations and transit centers, DART offers bike racks as well as new bike lids. Both are free of charge and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Here’s a quick how-to: Just bring your own lock, secure your bike and you're good to go!
New bike lids reduce vandalism and won’t overheat or melt plastic bike components.
Bring your bike on board!DART buses* and trains have features that make it simple to combine riding your bike with riding transit.
On the front of buses, you'll find easy-to-use storage racks. You can load and unload your bike simply by following the instructions on the rack.
* Some vehicles may not be equipped with bike racks, including Paratransit vehicles.
Aboard DART Rail, low-floor cars allow you to roll your bike right onto the train. Once on board, you can stow your ride on one of the handy bike hooks.
Need help using bike racks or hooks? You'll find a handy how-to on DART.org!