Las Colinas Urban Center Station
Lake Carolyn Parkway, south of O'Connor Blvd.
(890 Lake Carolyn Parkway, Irving 75039 - Mapsco 21B-V)
Las Colinas Urban Center Station is located near the shores of Lake Carolyn. Las Colinas Urban Center Station is served by DART Rail Orange Line trains.
Access to the Las Colinas APT System is available at this station.
|NOTICE: The Las Colinas APT System is currently undergoing system-wide upgrades.|
To finalize the project, the system will not operate on the following dates: Monday, April 20 through Friday, April 24 and Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1. The system will reopen for service on Monday, May 4.
Visit www.DCURD.org/APT-System for more information.
DART Rail Schedules:Orange Line
Connecting Bus Route:503 (M-F)
M-F (Monday through Friday)
Buses can be boarded at stop located on westbound Lake Carolyn Parkway.
Bus Stop Assignment:Lake Carolyn Parkway Westbound:
Stop 1 — 503
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Public Art
- Las Colinas APT System
Popular Attractions and Destinations:
- The Mustangs of Las Colinas
- Tower 909
- The Towers at Williams Square
- Alta Lakeshore Lofts
- Bella Casita Apartments
- Delante Apartments
- Mandalay on the Lake Apartments
Station Art:Artist Kim Owens said windscreens portraying the Las Colinas skyline are at the heart of the Urban Center station's design.
Colorful windscreens echo the surrounding features at
Las Colinas Urban Center Station.
The screens are translucent so patrons can see the real-world surroundings as well as the stylized depictions. In this way, the screens celebrate today's Las Colinas while providing a window through which riders can see it grow. Other windscreen images include Lake Carolyn, the canal system and the Trinity River.
Columns feature both limestone and Texas pink granite, transitioning from a rough-hewn base to a smooth block – a subtle visual reference to the ongoing transformation from open natural landscape to refined urban community. At the top of the columns, the cap alludes to the rooflines of Williams Square. Landscaping provides seasonal color and blends with the neighboring environment.