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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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DART & SEPTA/Amtrak Service Update – 1/21

Due to adverse weather conditions and in order to ensure safe and adequate transportation services, DART is announcing the following service updates: Fixed Route  New Castle County: Last trips out of Downtown Wilmington will leave Rodney Square at approximately 5 PM ( see below...
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Will a cut in transit benefits change your commute habits? – From Washington Post

Could a cut in the federal transit benefit mean more cars on area roads? No one is yet certain, but this piece by The Post’s Paul Duggan  takes a good hard look at the financial impact on riders, many of them federal employees who receive the monthly transit subsidy. While...
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DART’s 2013 Toys for Tots Drive Results

DART First State Partners with Local Businesses to Benefit Toys for Tots             DART First State was proud to be part of Delmarva Broadcasting’s12 Days of Christmas toy drive with Eagle 97.7 FM radio station and lead sponsor, Schell Brothers, by providing the necessary...
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DART’s Holiday Service Schedule

DART First State Holiday Schedule     Christmas Eve – Tuesday, December 24, 2013 – DART statewide services, both fixed route and paratransit, will operate regular service.  SEPTA Wilmington/Newark Line train will also operate regular service.   Christmas Day –...
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Christmas Parade DART Detour List

12/7 – Claymont Christmas Parade detour information On Saturday, 12/7 starting at 9:30 AM until the parade ends, bus stops on Philadelphia Pike will be temporarily closed. Riders can board on Philadelphia Pike at Governor Printz Blvd. or at the Dollar Tree Store.   12/8 –...
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“Stuff the Bus” Food Drive Nets 11.4 Tons of Food For Delawareans In Need

DART First State’s 16th Annual “Stuff the Bus” Food Drive Nets 11.4 Tons of Food For Delawareans In Need   DART First State announced today that its 16th annual “Stuff the Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive collected 11.4 tons (22,769 pounds) of food.  DART’s week-long food drive...
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