Moving With MAX: See More of Dallas & Oak Cliff

Articles MAX 09-10-13

Thinking about heading to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas or to the Bishop Arts District for a delicious lunch?

Thanks to D-Link, a free shuttle bus service launched by DART, Metro ArlingtonXpress (MAX) riders can enjoy more of Big D’s history and tourist attractions—at no additional cost.

D-Link, as the shuttle is known, connects key tourist and cultural destinations throughout downtown Dallas, Uptown and Oak Cliff. Destinations include American Airlines Center, Klyde Warren Park, the Perot Museum, The Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas Arts District and many other cultural, arts and entertainment-related locations. The route has about 60 stops.

Here’s how you can enjoy some of the great attractions Dallas has to offer.

Simply take MAX from College Park Center to the CentrePort/DFW Airport station, where you can hop on a TRE Train to Dallas. After arriving in Dallas, take the Red Line to the Dallas Convention Center. That’s where you can catch D-Link. And you can do all of this for just $5 per day!

MAX buses will operate Monday-Friday from about 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. D-Link shuttle buses run from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Click here for a D-Link schedule.

For the latest bus schedules, maps and ticket information, visit RideTheMax.com. All MAX updates are available via Facebook at RideTheMax and on twitter at @ArlingtonMAX. Subscribe to email updates at info@ridethemax.com.

 

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There’s one problem with this article subject.
The MAX only runs on WEEKDAYS!

Adding Sat service will open both museum & arts districts, both East & West.

Ann
Guest

Agreed! Having just a Saturday service would do. MAX Commuters wouldn’t have time to spend during the weekday to visit museums unless they’re not going to school or not working. The majority of MAX riders are commuters going to and from school or work.

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