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Kiest Station

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Kiest Boulevard & Lancaster Road - Mapsco 55X
(3300 S. Lancaster Road, Dallas 75203)

Kiest StationLocated at the corner of Kiest Boulevard and Lancaster Road, Kiest Station is served by the South Oak Cliff segment of the DART Rail Blue line. Facilities include a "kiss & ride" drop-off and pickup area, a bicycle rack and free commuter parking spaces.

DART Rail Schedules:

Blue Line

Connecting Bus Routes:

405,  444,  522 (M-S),  541

M-S (Monday through Saturday)

Bus Bay Assignments:

Bay 1 — 405 Ledbetter Station, 444 Ledbetter Station, Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop
Bay 2 — 405 Parkland, 444 Cockrell Hill, 522 Dallas Zoo Station, 541 Fawn Valley, Paratransit, Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop

Customer Features:

  • Passenger Shelters
  • Windscreens
  • Seating
  • Customer Information
  • Ticket Vending Machines
  • Telephones
  • Bus "Kiss & Ride" Passenger Drop-Off/Pickup Area
  • Free Parking (20 Spaces, overnight or long-term parking is at the discretion of the customer. DART assumes no responsibility for vehicles left overnight.)
  • Bike Rack
  • Public Art

Popular Attractions and Destinations:

Please note: You may need to connect to a DART bus to complete your journey to a destination. Please contact DART Customer Information at 214-979-1111 for trip planning assistance.

Station Art:

View the DART Gallery - A Collection of Public Art
A Collection of Public Art

Use this guide to plan your tour of Kiest Station.
Affirming family and diversity
Station art and design reflects two community values: the importance of family and multiculturalism.

The columns feature images of a young family, and the station's large sculptural work is a locally based collaboration between a black artist, Frank Frazier, and a white artist, Stuart Kraft. A highly stylized depiction of a man, woman and child, the sculpture draws on both African and Western design. Its many colors reflect the "rainbow of cultures" that lives in the surrounding neighborhood, while symbolic elements represent wisdom, enlightenment and other attributes.

Employing the exceptionally linear dimensions of the station to maximum advantage, the sculpture rises prominently next to Lancaster Road, an arresting image for passersby and light rail riders alike.

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