Mobility

DART, Uber team for new transportation offering

Posted on March 14, 2019

Now available in GoPass®, DART's all-in-one travel tool, customers can book an Uber Pool shared ride in each of DART's GoLink zones in DART's service area.
Now available in GoPass®, DART's all-in-one travel tool, customers can book an Uber Pool shared ride in each of DART's GoLink zones in DART's service area.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is partnering with Uber for a one-year pilot program to provide North Texas riders greater flexibility and more options for their transportation needs.

Now available in GoPass®, DART's all-in-one travel tool, customers can book an Uber Pool shared ride in each of DART's GoLink zones in DART's service area.

Travel to or from any DART station or transit center within a zone is $1, and travel to or from any destination within a zone is $3. DART is waiving the $1 fee through May 9, and expects the pilot to save money by using smaller, on-demand vehicles.

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