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DART will offer on-demand ride program through a smartphone app in Ankeny this fall

People in Ankeny seeking to get somewhere else in Ankeny or beyond will have another option starting in November when Des Moines Area Regional Transit launches its new app-based, on-demand service in the area. 

DART spokesperson Erin Hockman said the free "DART On Demand" app will be released mid-November on Apple and Google Play stores. It will be similar to other rideshare apps in which riders "will enter their current location, destination and request a trip either in real-time or they can also be scheduled in advance," she said.

DART already provides an on-call service, but riders must reserve spots 24 hours in advance and fares cost $3.50. Those rides are available between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays. 

Under the new program, hours will expand to 6 a.m. through 6:30 p.m. weekdays in the Ankeny pilot program, which will charge $1 per ride and require no advance notice.

"I think the primary use will be to facilitate those shorter trips that are within the city of Ankeny," Hockman said. "But someone could use it in Ankeny to get to a bus stop that then they could hop on a fixed route bus and get into downtown Des Moines."

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Des Moines Area Regional Transit will run an app-based "microtransit" program in Ankeny starting in November. The program will replace a current on-call network in Ankeny.

The new service will initially use small buses, as DART's current on-call service does, but Hockman said large vans could eventually be a better fit for the program in the future. 

A similar microtransit zone in West Des Moines has been proposed to replace a fixed route that runs near West Des Moines' city hall, library and Jordan Creek Town Center. This service would be available 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Mondays through Saturdays and 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. 

The change would allow riders greater flexibility in their travel schedules, according to DART officials. Another route would be extended to Jordan Creek Mall to compensate for the change as well. 

"Because microtransit is so much more flexible, being able to offer door-to-door on-demand service it can be used for more types of trips," Hockman said. "It can be used for a short trip to and from the grocery store. But there's also a lot of other connections to routes throughout the region."

Des Moines Area Regional Transit proposed a microtransit system in West Des Moines to replace an existing bus route. An existing route would also be extended to compensate for the change.

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DART officials are trying to imagine what transit in the Des Moines metro area will look like in the future. They held a virtual meeting Monday where they took input about what metro area residents want in the future. 

The transit system's officials also plan public meetings at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the multimodal room at DART Central Station, 620 Cherry St, and virtually on Zoom Oct. 12.

DART will also have open houses:

  • 4:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28  in the multimodal room at DART Central Station, 620 Cherry St. in Des Moines. 
  • 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5 in the Community Room at the West Des Moines Public Library at 4000 Mills Civic Parkway. 
  • 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 at the Ankeny Kirkendall Public Library, 1250 SW District Drive.
  • 4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18  at the Grimes Public Library, 200 N James St.

An April survey of 1,200 DART riders found most wanted shorter travel times, more frequent travel options, bus stops closer to their homes or destinations and expanded service on weekdays and weekends. 

The survey found 71% of respondents live in low-income households. Of that group, 74% do not have a car in their household and 40% must travel outside Des Moines to get to or from work. 

As the suburban areas of the metro area continue to grow, it has become more difficult to serve those transit needs, Hockman said.

A DART bus picks up passengers in the Des Moines area.

Large busses are still going to be the "core" of DART's transit network, but on-demand service was the most popular model with survey respondents, according to the survey. There are several other places in the metro area where microtransit fits better than fixed routes, and could eventually be added, Hockman said. 

"Technology and mobility is constantly changing," Hockman said. "What we're really looking to do is offer more different types of services."

Philip Joens covers breaking news for The Des Moines Register. He can be reached at 515-443-3347 at [email protected] or on Twitter @Philip_Joens.

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What Does Ankeny Need?

Bankers Trust and Denny Elwell Company recently asked Ankeny residents what businesses they’d like to see in their community. Nearly 700 business ideas were submitted. The top five most-wanted businesses include: Storefront covered in vinyl signage asking "What business does Ankeny need here?"

  • Specialty grocery stores
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  • Bakery or cookie store

Other popular submissions include more locally-owned and upscale restaurants, recreation options such as bowling alleys, mini golf or pickleball, and home décor and home furnishing stores.

Bankers Trust and Denny Elwell Co. are using the ideas submitted through the Ankeny campaign to recruit companies, encourage growth, and continue to engage residents and customers in their planning and development efforts.

A new Ankeny location for Crumbl Cookies and Costco are coming soon. We hope you will watch for announcements of new developments in Ankeny to see if some of your retail ideas come to fruition.

Thank you for your participation in this campaign!

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