Transit-Oriented Development and Planning
Economic Development and Planning
Rail-connected Development Driving Regional GrowthTransit Oriented Development near DART Rail, like CityLine and the continued growth in the Cedars south of downtown Dallas, is driving the North Texas economic boom with more than $7 billion in economic impact from new or planned construction within a quarter mile of rail stations.
- The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Development near DART Stations 2014 – 2015 (October 2016)
Related News Release: Rail-connected development driving regional growth
DART Rail Attracts Billions in DevelopmentMore than $5.3 billion in private-capital transit-oriented development projects have been built, are under construction, or are planned near Dallas Area Rapid Transit's light rail stations since the debut of DART Rail in 1996.
- Through Recession and Recovery: Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Capital and Operating Spending by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (January 2014)
Related News Release: DART Rail Expansion Bolsters Economy
- Developmental Impacts of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System (January 2014)
Related News Release: DART Rail Attracts Billions in Development
- Inmotion June 2014: Attracting Development
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