Dear Community Transit Dial-A-Ride Guest:
Welcome aboard DART! This website will introduce you to Dial-A-Ride
Transportation (DART) and provide the basic information you need for an
DART operates under contract with Community Transit to provide
paratransit service for people who are unable to get to or use a
Community Transit regular fixed-route bus due to their disabilities.
DART service is comparable to Community Transit's local fixed-route bus service in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
DART can take you to any destination located within ¾ of a mile of any
Community Transit local bus route, within the hours the bus route
operates in the area. A DART trip will take about the same amount of time
as a comparable trip on fixed route.
DART is a shared-ride service that provides trips on a reservation basis.
DART provides curb-to-curb service and, in some instances, transportation to transfer centers to connect with regular fixed-route bus service.
DART, a program of Senior Services of Snohomish County, operates under a contract to Community Transit to provide safe, reliable, and friendly ADA paratransit transportation throughout Community Transit's service area. DART is designed to transport people whose condition or disability prevents them from using Community Transit's regular fixed-route system.
We work closely with other paratransit agencies such as Everett ParaTransit and ACCESS (King County), in order to facilitate transfers out of the DART service area as necessary.