Mobility

DART's GoPass drives innovative mobility

Posted on February 5, 2019

The newest update to GoPass® also gives our customers a new way to pay for their trips with the addition of Apple Pay.
DART
The newest update to GoPass® also gives our customers a new way to pay for their trips with the addition of Apple Pay.
DART

Dallas Area Rapid Transit's (DART) GoPass® users are enjoying new ways to plan the trips they want the way they want them with new real-time trip-planning tools and mobility choices.

GoPass®, DART's all-in-one travel tool, gives customers mobile ticketing for transit throughout North Texas including DART, Trinity Railway Express (TRE), Trinity Metro, and the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA).

GoLink, DART's on-demand shuttle service, is now integrated into DART's GoPass® app for riders in Rowlett, Inland Port, and Rylie/Kleberg. The neighborhood service is flexible and available when riders need it for work or just to run errands.

For commuters that need a trip around town on a scooter, the addition of Bird® locations to GoPass® makes finding the closest ride quick and easy.

The newest update to GoPass® also gives our customers a new way to pay for their trips with the addition of Apple Pay.

Since its launch in 2013, GoPass® has continued to change the way customers purchase transit passes on their smartphone by providing new options and features that make traveling easier and more comprehensive. GoPass® is free to download or update from the Google Play store or the Apple App Store.

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