DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is working to improve the travel experience by having information available for riders in real time.

Today the transit system unveiled new digital kiosks at the J.B. Jackson Jr. Transit Center in South Dallas.

READ MORE: City of Dallas Re-Launches In-Home COVID-19 Vaccinations, Opting For Moderna Instead of Johnson & Johnson

Officials with DART say the user-centered technology will empower customers to make travel decisions based on the schedules and modes of transportation that work best for them.

READ MORE: Burleson Police Officer Stable After Being Shot 'Multiple' Times, Search Continues For 3 Suspects

The new touchscreen kiosks provide up-to-the-minute schedules, interactive guides showing things to do and places to go, translation in nine different languages, and enhanced safety with additional cameras and fast connections to DART Police.

MORE NEWS: Dozens Of Used Syringes, Bloody Tubing And Other Medical Waste Found Along Eastbound Highway 114 In Southlake

DART plans to install hundreds of the interactive kiosks over the next two years.