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Update: DART Bus Service Status Changes Due to Storm

Updated:
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UNDATED- Due to adverse weather conditions, DART First State is announcing the following service updates for across the state of Delaware:

Fixed Route

New Castle County:
All routes are expected to operate with delays with the following exception:

Route 8 - No Service

Kent County:
All routes are expected to operate with delays with the following exception:

Route 117 - No Service to Polytech High School

Sussex County:
All routes are expected to operate with delays.

Intercounty:
All routes are expected to operate with delays.

Paratransit

New Castle County:
Will resume normal operations beginning at 9:00 AM. Will be attempting Dialysis and Medical trips prior to 9 a.m.

Kent & Sussex Counties:
Regular operations with delays to be expected.

SEPTA Newark/ Wilmington Line is operating with delays.

Check Alerts on www.DartFirstState.com<http://www.DartFirstState.com.

 

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