How To Ride – TART

Face Coverings are now optional on all TART and TART Connect Services. CDC encourages continued use of face coverings while utilizing public transit.

Significant Delays

Starting May 8, 2023

The North Lake construction season is back in full swing! Expect delays on all area routes due to the cone zones. Slow down, be patient and watch for construction workers! We thankyou all for your patience!

How To Ride

Trip Planning

With TART, you can plan your trip your way!

  • Use our homepage trip planner.
  • Check the system map. Select a route to view its timetable.
  • Download Transit on your smartphone. TART’s official app gets you real-time arrival estimates and step-by-step trip plans. You can also use Google Maps on your smartphone or computer. Just click on the transit icon.


  • TART services are FREE, just hop on the bus!
  • The seats closest to the front of the bus are reserved for elderly and disabled riders.


  • Food and drinks are prohibited.
  • Smoking is also not allowed on the bus.
  • Loud noises, such as music or loud cell phone conversations, are not permitted.
  • Animals, other than service animals, are not permitted on buses.
  • Carry-on parcels are limited to two per rider.


Get real time arrival estimates on our homepage by clicking “Arrivals” and choosing your route and stop.


  • Enter the bus through the rear door when possible. The front door will remain available to riders using mobility devices that require the use of a ramp.
  • Sit at least 6 feet from other passengers. 
  • Passengers are required to wear face coverings. 
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, avoid exposing others and refrain from riding the bus. 


  • Sanitizing surfaces daily. 
  • Fogging buses every two days with a 72-hour disinfecting agent.  
  • Distribution of hand sanitizer, Kleenex, rubber gloves, sanitizing wipes/spray for employees. 
  • Utilize hand sanitizers in front and/or rear of buses.