Trinity Mills Station
Replaces North Carrollton Transit Center
Trinity Mills Road and Broadway Street
(2525 Blanton Dr., Carrollton 75008 - Mapsco 2N)
One of three stations located in Carrollton, Trinity Mills Station serves as the transfer location between DART Rail and the DCTA A-train. Trinity Mills Station is served by DART Rail Green Line trains.
DART Rail Schedules:Green Line
Connecting Rail Service:DCTA A-train (M-S) Make connections to the DCTA A-train at Trinity Mills Station
Connecting Bus Routes:534, 536 (M-F)
M-F (Monday through Friday, M-S (Monday through Saturday)
Bus Bay Assignments:Bay 1 — Paratransit
Bay 2 — 536
Bay 3 — 534
Bay 4 — Rail Disruption Shuttle
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Bus "Kiss & Ride" Passenger Drop-Off/Pickup Area
- Bike Lids
- Free Parking (494 Spaces, overnight or long-term parking is at the discretion of the customer. DART assumes no responsibility for vehicles left overnight.)
- Public Art
Popular Attractions and Destinations:
- Elm Fork Nature Center
- Ken Good Park
- McInnish Sports Complex
- Sandy Lake Amusement Park
The A-train corridor is a 21 mile corridor running from Downtown Denton to Carrollton where passengers can connect to DART's Green Line at the Trinity Mills Station. DCTA has five stations along the corridor; two in Denton and three in Lewisville.
— Downtown Denton Station
(604 E. Hickory, Denton 76205 - near City Hall East)
— MedPark Station
(3220 Medpark Drive, Denton 76210 - behind Denton Regional Medical Center)
— Highland Village/Lewisville Lake Station
(2998 N. Stemmons Fwy. Lewisville 75077 - Garden Ridge & I-35E near Sneaky Pete's)
— Old Town Station
(617 E. Main Street, Lewisville 75057 - just east of Old Town)
— Hebron Station
(952 Lakeside Circle, Lewisville 75057)
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Your guide to the art along the Green Line
Use this guide to plan your tour of Trinity Mills Station.
The art project at Trinity Mills Station points to this history. Artists Charlotte Lindsey and Larry Enge, operating in partnership under the moniker Montage 48/61, used a thin ribbon of colored concrete to represent the river and a circular millstone to represent the movement of a mill wheel. Located at the station entry point, the circle also symbolizes the seasonal cycles of farming.