Respect Your Ride
Keep the volume low on music, conversation and cell phones. Respect the people around you and remember that you're not the only one riding.
Fare is fair. There are no free rides. Without proof of payment, you could be heavily fined. Everyone needs to pay to ride.
Take a stand for the elderly and those who are mobility-impaired. They need a seat more than you do.
People off before people on. That means you should allow passengers to exit the train or bus before you try to board.
Keep the vehicle's doorways clear for the safety of everyone. Do not sit or stand on the stairwell and never hold the door. Doing so delays travel for everyone.
Swearing or using offensive language is, well, offensive.
Drinks and snacks make messy travel partners. Leave them behind when you board and keep it clean.
Make room for other riders. Keep your personal items in your area and remember that one person equals one seat.
You're responsible for cleaning up after yourself. Please pick up any newspapers or trash when you leave the vehicle and dispose of it properly.
Be cool on DART vehicles. Pushing, shoving or bullying isn't.
Don't drink and ride. Public consumption of alcohol is against the law. Just because you're not driving, doesn't mean it's okay to be drinking.
Vandalizing a bus or train isn't just wrong; it's a crime. It's not your vehicle - what makes you think you should redecorate it?
Don't solicit or panhandle on the train or bus.