Pacific Avenue, between Akard and Field streets - Mapsco 45K (Dallas 75202)
Located on Pacific Avenue between Akard and Field streets, Akard Station is served by the Central Business District (CBD) segment of the DART Rail Red, Blue, Green and Orange lines.
DART Rail Schedules:Red Line, Blue Line, Green Line, Orange Line
Connecting Bus Routes:206 (M-F), (Route 722, M-S)
(Also within 1-3 blocks of all other CBD bus routes)
M-F (Monday through Friday)
It's your free link to arts, fun, culture and dining.
Effective Monday, March 13, 2017, service will be extended on the eastern end to Good-Latimer between Canton and Gaston, enabling D-Link to serve the popular Deep Ellum entertainment district.
- Buses run every 15 minutes, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday
- Service provided by DART, Downtown Dallas, Inc. and the City of Dallas
- View places of interest maps and more at .
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Public Art
- No Public Parking Available
Popular Attractions and Destinations:
- The Adolphus
- DART Headquarters
- DART Lost and Found
- DART Store
- Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Dallas
- The Joule Hotel
- Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown
- The Mosaic Dallas
- One Elm Place
- One Main Place
- Pegasus Plaza
- Renaissance Tower
- Thanks-Giving Square
- Thanksgiving Tower
- The Westin Dallas Downtown
Use this guide to plan your tour of Akard Station.
DART's Downtown Transitway Mall stretches along Pacific Avenue, from Houston Street in the popular West End, through Thanksgiving Square, and then continues along Bryan Street to Hawkins Street. It includes four light rail stations - West End, Akard, St. Paul, and Pearl.
The mile-long Downtown Transitway Mall in Dallas' Central Business District (CBD) provides a new opportunity to enhance the economic vitality, beauty, and safety of the area. The mall can re-energize downtown as a center where people work, come for cultural, shopping, and recreational purposes, and even reside.
Recognizing this, the community committee and design team created a user-friendly transitway mall designed to foster a sense of vibrancy throughout the area -- including the spaces between the stations -- and to celebrate the city's past, present, and future.
To achieve this, they chose a central theme, "The City in Motion" -- motion referring to both the transit system and to the city's growth and development.
Design Team Artist: Albert Shaw
Engineer: Carter & Burgess, Inc.
Architect: John Chase, Architect, Inc.
Landscape Architect: Linda Tycher & Associates