DART First State Kent County Bus Routes

DART First State operates 14 bus routes Mondays through Fridays with some Saturday service out of the Water Street Transfer Center in Dover. These routes are numbered in the 100-series.

Route Line Name Terminal Places Served Notes
100 Forest Avenue Greentree Village Shopping Center Forest Avenue, Greentree Village Shopping Center, Walker Road, State Street operates Monday-Friday, departs via Forest Avenue, returns via Walker Road and State Street
101 Walker Road Greentree Village Shopping Center State Street, Walker Road, Country Club Apartments, Greentree Village Shopping Center, Forest Avenue operates Monday-Saturday, departs via State Street and Walker Road, returns via Forest Avenue
102 Gateway West Gateway West Shopping Center Forrest Avenue, Gateway West Shopping Center, Enterprise Business Park, Simon Circle operates Monday-Friday, departs via Forest Avenue, returns via Simon Circle
103 Rodney Village Rodney Village Shopping Center New Burton Road, Kesselring Avenue, Rodney Village operates Monday-Friday
104 Camden-Mifflin Meadows Mifflin Meadows Governors Avenue, Rodney Village Shopping Center, Camden, Wal-Mart Supercenter operates Monday-Saturday, shuttle connection to Harrington at Mifflin Meadows
105 Moores Lake Shopping Center Gateway South Shopping Center South State Street, Moores Lake Shopping Center operates Monday-Friday
106 Dover Air Force Base Gateway South Shopping Center or Camden Wal-Mart Supercenter Delaware State Capitol, DelDOT Adminastrative Building, Dover Air Force Base operates Monday-Friday, limited service to Camden Wal-Mart Supercenter
107 Capitol Complex-Blue Hen Corporate Center Tudor Industrial Park Delaware State Capitol, Bay Court Plaza, Blue Hen Corporate Center operates Monday-Saturday
108 Towne Point Kmart Division Street, Dover Park, Towne Point operates Monday-Friday
109 Luther Towers-Dover Mall Wal-Mart Loockerman Street, Luther Towers, The Centre at Dover Shopping Center, Dover Downs, Delaware State University, Dover Mall operates Monday-Saturday
112 Dover Downs-Del Tech Delaware Technical & Community College Governors Avenue, Dover Downs, Delaware State University, Dover Mall operates Monday-Saturday
113 West Dover-Dover Mall Dover Mall Simon Circle, Gateway West Shopping Center, West Dover, Dover Downs, Delaware State University, Dover Mall operates Monday-Friday
117 Harrington-Dover Clark's Corner, Harrington Mifflin Meadows, Polytech High School, Woodside, Felton, Delaware State Fairgrounds operates Monday-Friday (terminates at Mifflin Meadows)
120 Dover-Cheswold-Smyrna Smyrna Rest Park & Ride North Gateway Shopping Center, Scarborough Rd Park and Ride, Delaware State University, Dover Mall operates Monday-Friday

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