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Buses return to partially reopened 7th Street in downtown Des Moines

Posted March 24, 2014 in Web Exclusives

DART buses have returned to the partially reopened 7th Street in downtown Des Moines today following repair work to a water main break.

The temporary detours have ended and regular routing has been restored for the LINK Shuttle and Routes 1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 15, 17, 51, 52 and 60. Minor schedule delays may be caused by traffic until the full four lanes of 7th Street reopen.

Temporary bus stops have closed. However, some permanent bus stops along 7th Street between Locust and Mulberry streets will remain closed until the far right-hand lane of 7th Street reopens. All routes continue to operate out of DART Central Station, providing riders an alternative to their regular bus stops.

For more information, please go online to or call DART Customer Service at 515-283-8100.

The Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority is the public transportation provider that serves Polk County. DART operates a family of transportation services that makes getting around the Greater Des Moines area easier and more convenient. For more information about DART services, schedules, route changes, or directions to the nearest DART stop, visit the website at or call 515-283-8100. The MyDART Trip Planner BETA is now available at

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