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Use Transit to Avoid Traffic Congestion, Let DART Do the Driving

Due to the I-495 bridge closure, major and secondary roads in and around the City of Wilmington are experiencing increased traffic congestion.  Use transit to avoid the congestion, aggravation and stress…Let DART Do The Driving! SEPTA Train Service – Wilmington/Newark Line...
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DART Resort Service to begin May 22nd!

DART Resort Transit service will begin for the season on Thursday, May 22! DART’s Resort Transit Routes 201-208 operate seven days a week from approximately 7 AM to 1 AM, serving Rehoboth Beach and the Boardwalk, Lewes, Long Neck, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, South Bethany Beach,...
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Wilmington Earth Day 2014

Celebrate Earth Day in Rodney Square during your lunch break on April 22, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors to this annual, rain-or-shine event will enjoy: free native plants and other giveaways, while supplies last exciting, free raffle items dozens of vendors offering green...
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Spring 2014 DART Public Hearing Information

Notice of Public Hearing Workshops Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) will conduct Public Hearing Workshops to obtain comments on proposed changes to DART First State Fixed Route Bus Service in Kent and New Castle Counties to become effective Sunday, June 15, 2014. Tuesday, April...
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Earth Day Photo Contest

RideShare Delaware is excited to honor Earth Day throughout the month of April, what better way to celebrate than with a fun giveaway?!   From now through April 25, we want to see how you ride! Take a photo of/on your clean commute (Carpool, Vanpool, Transit, Telework, Walk or...
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Citizen Action Day set for April 8

Free transportation provided for registered attendees Mar 24, 2014 Become a citizen activist and learn about Delaware’s legislative process at Delaware Nature Society’s Citizen Action Day at Legislative Hall in Dover. Citizen Action Day is free, and transportation will be...
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As Gas Prices Fluctuate, Support for Mass Transit Rises – From The Atlantic Cities

Eric Jaffe Americans made nearly 10.7 billion trips on public transit in 2013, the country’s highest ridership point in more than half a century. The mark is largely the result of increased investments: bigger systems in some cities, more off-peak service in others. We can...
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Improved Route 32 – Wilmington Trolley

Wilmington, DE – Today at Rodney Square, Delaware’s Secretary of Transportation, Shailen  Bhatt, along with Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams and other officials unveiled the improved Rt. 32 – Wilmington Trolley.  Trolley service now operates every 20 minutes Monday...
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DART Fixed Route and Intercounty Fare Changes

Fare increases will be implemented over three years instead of two years as originally proposed The following are the fixed route fare changes: Current Rate for Cash Fare 1 zone in New Castle County is $1.15 and 1 zone in Kent, Sussex and Resort is $1.00.  One zone cash fares for...
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DART’s 14th Annual Transit Poster Contest

DART First State Kicks Off 14th Annual Transit Poster Contest “Transit vs. Driving, Why Transit is the Right Fit.” is the theme for DART First State’s 14th Annual Transit Poster Contest.  Open to school-age children Grades 6 through 12, the contest is designed to encourage...
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