Starting in January, all Dallas County Community College District students can use a free DART Student GoPass for classes and travel around town. More riders on DART means fewer students on the road, better air quality and fewer gallons of gasoline consumed.
DCCCD students are eligible for the free DART Student GoPass if they are enrolled in six or more credit hours for either the fall or spring semester or three or more credit hours during the summer semester. Continuing education students that attend any DCCCD colleges also can obtain the free DART Student GoPass if they are enrolled in 96 or more contact hours during the first, second or third quarter of the academic year, but must be enrolled in 48 or more contact hours for the fourth quarter.
DCCCD students using the DART mobile app for their Student GoPass will be able to ride all local DART bus routes, light rail and 1 Zone on the Trinity Railway Express (Union to Centrepoint stations). The Student GoPass is not valid on special services designated by DART, such as flyer service, airport service and charter service.
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