ⓘ Des Moines Area Regional Transit


ⓘ Des Moines Area Regional Transit

DART was founded in 1973 as the Des Moines Metropolitan Transit Authority, commonly known as the MTA. Formed by a partnership of the cities of Des Moines, West Des Moines, Clive, Windsor Heights, and Urbandale. The MTA eventually developed a 14-county carpool and vanpool system in addition to its bus system.

By 2006, population growth in different regions of the Central Iowa Led for Polk County and nineteen cities, the formation of a regional transport Agency, the following amendments to the law of Iowa in 2005.

Sunday service was added for the first time in 2007. In 2008, a free Shuttle bus connected the downtown des Moines with the Iowa state Capitol building. In 2012, was built station bus 21 million dollars opened on the South end of the city, ending decades using walnut street as a transit center. Dart Central station is the main hub for many Darts local buses.

Today Altoona services Dart, Ankeny, Bondurant, Clive, des Moines, Grimes, Johnston, pleasant hill, Polk County, Urbandale, West des Moines and Windsor heights. The dart is a Board of 12 Commissioners, one from each member country it serves. Commission meetings are open to the public, and information can be found on the website of Dart.

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