You’ll need $2 per trip and a face mask if you want to take the DASH bus now.
For the first time in more than a year, today (Monday, March 15), DASH brought back collecting fares and front door boarding,
“This policy change brings us closer to resuming a ‘new normal’ of transit service while continuing to prioritize the safety of our employees, riders and community,” said Josh Baker, DASH CEO/General Manager.
In response to the pandemic, DASH discouraged city residents against traveling from home, suspended fare collection, moved to rear-door boarding and added face mask requirements. The King Street Trolley has been completely suspended since last March and will stay shut down until further notice.
Beginning TODAY, March 15, DASH will resume collecting fares and front-door boarding. The King Street Trolley remains suspended until further notice. For more information, visit: https://t.co/TaC7x2r2My . pic.twitter.com/JyRedzeEx1
— DASH Bus (@DASHBus) March 15, 2021
Hey #Arlandria, we want to hear from you on the New DASH Network and the proposed changes to service in your neighborhood? Join DASH for our virtual community meeting on March 29. To register and join the meeting, visit: https://t.co/0yMBDbgHZ2 #ALX #AlexandriaVA #PotomacYard pic.twitter.com/xn8IFXWHhV
— DASH Bus (@DASHBus) March 14, 2021
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