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January 13, 2014

Delaware to delay paratransit fare hike

DART First State paratransit fare increases will take place over a three years instead of two years. The public said in hearings that the fare hikes were too high and happening too quickly, and paratransit providers said that any change this fiscal year would create budget challenges.


November 25, 2013

Advocates request delay of Del. paratransit changes

Delaware Transit Corp., which operates DART First State, wants to double most bus and paratransit fares over two years, expand bus routes and implement a new model of paratransit.


November 11, 2013

Proposed Del. DART paratransit service change concerns riders

The agency’s possible switch from providing door-to-door service to following ADA regulations by running service within three-quarters of a mile of fixed bus routes will cost them more and provide less service, according to those concerned.


October 26, 2009

Delaware's DART invests in solar-powered stops, shelters

Agency installs its solar powered bus shelters where the shelter may lie outside the municipal electric power grid, and because the connection and electric usage costs are prohibitive.


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