King County Metro Demand Area Response Transit (DART)

Vans that can go off regular routes to pick up and drop off passengers within a defined service area. DART does not go door-to-door, but has more flexibility than regular Metro Transit buses. See their website for information on areas served.


RRFP site

*Only the 773 and 775 are FREE.

866-261-3278, TTY: 800-246-1646
Type of Service: 
Deviated Fixed Route
Vehicle Type: 
Service Area: 
Multiple areas in King County
Service Days: 
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Service Hours: 
Hours vary by route
Advance Notice Notes: 
There is no advance notice for riding the regular fixed DART route. If you are requesting a deviation off the route, DART needs at least 2 hours notice. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis during the following hours: Monday thru Friday: 4:30 AM - 10:45 PM Saturday: 5:45 AM – 9:30 PM Sunday/Holidays: 9:30 AM – 6:45 PM
Adult: $2.75 | Low-Income Adult (LIFT): $1.50for Adults
$1.00 with Regional Reduced Fare Permit (Seniors must be 65+)for Seniors and people w/ disabilities
$1.50for Youth (ages 6-18)
Discounts Available
Children under 5: four children may ride with a person paying full adult fare. Accepts ORCA card, RRFP, and Metro transfers.The ORCA LIFT card is a reduced fare bus pass that is available to income-qualified individuals. The card allows riders to save 50 percent or more on trips using participating public transit agencies. RRFP is a reduced fare bus pass that is available to people 65 years or older, and/or people living with disabilities. The card allows riders to save over 70 percent on trips using public transit. To see if you qualify for either of these programs, go to
Paratransit Eligibility Required: 
Power ChairWheelchairFoldable wheelchairPersonal Care AttendantScooterWalker
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