Public Transportation


If you’re trying to keep an eye on costs (and who isn’t?), why not give public transportation a try?

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) website offers all kinds of helpful information, including an interactive DART trip planner, bus and rail schedules and maps, information about fares and more.

If you prefer, you can call DART’s Customer Information line at 214-979-1111. Just tell them where you need to go and when, and they’ll help you develop a customized trip plan.

Also, be sure to check out the new DART Student Pass from Dallas College. It is free for eligible students!

Below is some DART-related information for each of the campuses of Dallas College and service centers.

  • Bill J. Priest Center - Bus route 26 makes stops along Corinth, just a few feet from the institute. The Cedars rail station is only half a mile away.
  • Brookhaven Campus - Serviced by Route 227 and GoLink Farmers Branch. Route 227 provides connections to Farmers Branch Station, Las Colinas, downtown Irving and Addison Transit Center. GoLink Farmers Branch Zone provides on-demand, curb-to-curb service to nearly the entire city of Farmers Branch, which includes connections to Farmers Branch Station and Addison Transit Center.
  • Cedar Valley Campus - Serviced by GoLink Inland Port Zone. GoLink provides Cedar Valley Campus students with more flexible service to destinations surrounding the campus. The on-demand, curb-to-curb service runs Monday-Sunday, 5 a.m.-midnight.
  • Eastfield Campus - Serviced by Route 18. Route 18 provides new service from South Garland Transit Center. Additionally, higher frequency service during the midday and peak periods is now available.
  • El Centro Campus - Serviced by Routes 3, 9, 28, 45, 47, 102, 214, 224, 230 and Express Routes. Located in the heart of Central Dallas, the most served area in all of DART, El Centro students will continue to experience excellent connections to all destinations within the DART service area via rail and bus.
  • Mountain View Campus - Serviced by GoLink Mountain Creek Zone and Routes 104, 221 and 223. Route 104 connects students to the South Dallas/Fair Park area via Illinois and Cedarcrest. Route 221 is a circulation service that provides faster travel to destinations around the Southwest Dallas/Mountain Creek area. Route 223 is a circulation route that connects students in the Sugar Berry community to Westmoreland Station. GoLink Mountain Creek Zone provides on-demand, curb-to-curb service to destinations within the zone, which includes various employers, Dallas Baptist University and Westmoreland Station. The service operates Monday-Saturday, 5 a.m-midnight.
  • North Lake Campus - Serviced by Routes 229 and 231. Routes 229 and 231 provide students with connections to downtown Irving, Valley Ranch and the Addison Transit Center, as well as downtown Carrollton. Weekend and midday services are now available.
  • Richland Campus - Serviced by Routes 17 and 200. Route 17 provides frequent connections to LBJ Central and SMU/Mockingbird Stations. Route 200 connects students to Addison Transit Center, Spring Valley and downtown Garland Stations.