Warrington Township
The Gateway to Bucks County Since 1734

DART – Warrington Survey Regarding Transportation

Warrington Township, Bucks County Transport, and the DART bus have teamed up with the Bucks County Planning Commission to gauge the interest of public transportation for the residents and businesses of Warrington Township and nearby communities.

What is the DART bus? The DART bus is a local bus service that runs within the Doylestown Area. The goal of this service is to provide residents with an affordable and reliable alternative form of transportation. Currently, the service runs in Doylestown, New Britain, and Chalfont and is considering expanding its service to Warrington. For more information on the service click here. Currently, all trips on DART bus routes cost 1 dollar, and seniors ride for free. In addition to the cost being much less expensive than SEPTA, the DART bus will turn off of Easton Road to go to the front door of each stop, such as Wegmans or The Park at Westminster apartments, making it much safer and more convenient.

Your answers to the following questions will help us determine if extending DART bus services, from Doylestown, south through Warrington, on Easton Road (Route 611), would be a successful option.

DART Warrington Survey

Warrington Township The Gateway to Bucks County Since 1734