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DART's Resort Transit Service to Begin Next Week

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DELAWARE BEACHES-  DART First State resort transit service will begin for the season on Thursday, May 22, announced John Sisson, CEO of the Delaware Transit Corporation.

DART’s resort transit Routes 201-208 operate seven days a week from approximately 7 a.m. to 1 a.m., serving Rehoboth Beach and the Boardwalk, Lewes, Long Neck, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, South Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, and Ocean City, Md.  The seasonal bus service operates through Sept. 14.  The cash fare is $1.50 per trip or $3.15 for a daily pass.

Visitors and residents are encouraged to use DART’s Park & Ride lot located just off of DE Route 1 on Shuttle Road, just north of the entrance to Rehoboth Avenue.  The parking rate is $8 per day and up to 4 occupants of the vehicle receive a free daily pass.

DART’s Route 305, Beach Connection, begins service on Friday, May 23, providing bus service from Wilmington to Rehoboth Beach on Friday nights, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays through Sept. 1.  Route 305 stops include Wilmington Train Station, Christiana Mall, Smyrna Rest Stop, Scarborough Park & Ride lot in Dover, Super Walmart in Milford, and the Rehoboth Park & Ride lot.  The one-way cash fare is $10 from Wilmington and $6 from Dover.  Riders are encouraged to buy a 4/5 Zone daily pass for $16.80, which can also be used on all the Resort Transit routes, once at the Park & Ride. 
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