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The DART Station Art & Design Program: Where the community is the canvas

DART Gallery
A Collection of Public Art

Use this guide to plan your tour of the featured Red Line, Blue Line or TRE stations. Notice that the red, blue, or green numbers on each station description correspond to stops on the DART Rail Red Line, Blue Line and Trinity Railway Express map. Both the Red and Blue lines serve stations with red/blue boxes.

Your guide to the art along the Green Line

With the completion of the Green Line, DART has added a new wing to its ever-growing art collection! Use this guide to plan your tour of the 20 stations along the 28-mile Green Line.

Open the Possibilities.
Discover the art along the Orange Line.

Use this guide to plan your tour of the Orange Line.

VA Medical Center Station Downtown Dallas Art Spend a morning, afternoon, or a day. Check out how common elements in a transit station canopies, columns, pavers, windscreens, fencing and landscaping become uncommon art and design elements.

See for yourself why DART has won numerous awards for its Station Art & Design Program and its amazing collection of public art.

Never ridden DART before? No problem. You'll find helpful rider information and schedules at www.DART.org, or call 214-979-1111 and a DART Customer Information Representative will be glad to help you plan your station art tour.



Take a look at DART's Growing Public Art Collection
DART Gallery - A Collection of Public Art cover A Stroke of Genius. Your guide to the art along the Green Line cover

Download a PDF version of the DART Gallery brochure (65MB), download a PDF version of the A Stroke of Genius brochure (68MB) and download a PDF version of the Open the Possibilities brochure (1.4MB).

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these PDF files. The free Acrobat Reader may be obtained at: http://www.adobe.com. Due to the large file size of the PDF files, you may want to save the file to your computer before viewing. Right-click on the link, select "Save Target As" or "Save Link As" and save the file.

Printing tip: Scale the page to fit to printer margins and select the auto-rotate and center option.