Schaumburg ’s signature transit service has evolved over the years into one of the few community-operated bus services in Chicagoland that provides door-to-door access to any location in Schaumburg. Since its inception in 1979, DART has provided more than three million rides with approximately 70,000 rides expected through the end of this year. Dial-A-Ride Transportation (DART) is provided by the Village of Schaumburg and Pace’s Suburban Bus Division. A Pace bus will pick residents up and drop them off anywhere within the Village of Schaumburg. The bus will arrive within the 15-minute time frame and will wait for one minute.
To schedule a ride using DART, call 847.352.8097.
Full Fare: $2 Each Way
Reduced Fare: $1 Each Way
The DART service does not extend beyond the borders of the Village of Schaumburg except to Harper College in Palatine. Use DART to the Northwest Transportation Center where, for the cost of a transfer ($.25 full-fare and $.10 reduced fare), riders can connect with bus routes throughout metropolitan Chicago: 208 (Evanston), 554 (Elgin and Woodfield), 600/606 (Rosemont/Blue (O’Hare) Line CTA rail service), 757 (Forest Park CTA rail service to Oak Park and Chicago), 696 (Arlington Heights, Palatine and Mount Prospect) and 895 (95th Street to Rosemont/Blue (O’Hare) Line CTA rail service to Schaumburg Express).
Monday through Friday: Calls accepted beginning at 5:30 a.m. Buses leave the base of operation - 825 Estes Avenue near Wise/Wright - at 6:00 a.m. to begin picking up riders. Last pick-ups are made between 9:30-9:45 p.m. with all rides being completed and buses pulling back into the base of operation by 10:30 p.m.
Saturday: Calls accepted beginning at 8:30 a.m. Buses leave the base of operation - 825 Estes Avenue near Wise/Wright - at 9 a.m. to begin picking up riders. Last pick-ups are made between 5:00-5:15 p.m. with all rides being completed and buses pulling back into the base of operation by 6 p.m.