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Transit's Transforming Power
A letter from the DART Chairman of the Board.
Now Arriving: Irving
The Orange Line opens July 30, creating new connections and possibilities for those in Irving-Las Colinas and along the rest of the rail system.
Residential and retail developments are capitalizing on the convenience of the Orange Line, which creates exciting options for living, working and entertainment.
Art of the Matter
The materials and techniques used in the design of the Orange Line stations echo the characteristics of their namesake destinations.
Taking Care of Business
Thousands of employees who commute to Irving every day now have another alternative to driving, making the city more attractive to companies, retailers and job seekers.
In the Name of Progress
DART renames three stations near the Dallas Arts District, Uptown and downtown Irving to better reflect the districts they serve.
Got Them Coming and Going
With the July 30 opening of the Northwest Plano
Park & Ride, express bus service now connects downtown Dallas and Plano, and expanded bus routes link to jobs in the vibrant Legacy area.
Preservation Dallas honors DART Police HQ; DART best real estate deal of past 20 years; access improved at Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind; test train rolls into Rowlett; DART operators win national competitions; and more.
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The Orange Line Arrives
Open the Possibilities
The DART Rail Orange Line to Irving/Las Colinas creates new connections to housing, employment, educational, medical and entertainment options.
A special thanks to our partners for their generous suppport.
Address correspondence to:
DART Marketing & Communications
P.O. Box 660163
Dallas, TX 75266-0163
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