Houston Street, between Wood & Young streets
Mapsco 45N (400 S. Houston St., Dallas 75201)
Located on Houston Street between Wood and Young streets, Union Station is served by the Downtown segment of the DART Rail Red and Blue Lines, the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail line and Amtrak.
Train Schedules:Red Line, Blue Line, Trinity Railway Express (TRE) commuter rail,
Amtrak Texas Eagle
• DART Rail trains operate on Platforms 1 and 2
• TRE trains operate on Platforms 3 and 4
• Amtrak trains operate on Platform 5
Connecting Bus Routes:11, 19, 21, 60, (Route 722, M-S)
M-S (Monday through Saturday)
Outbound Routes 161, 206 and 278 will no longer operate via Union Station, but will directly access R.L. Thornton Freeway from Reunion Boulevard. The bus stop formerly on Reunion at Hotel Street will be re-installed to serve the three routes.
Bus Stops (located on Houston Street):Stops 1 and 2 — 11, 19, 21, 60, D-Link (Route 722), Paratransit, Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop
Dallas Streetcar:Dallas Streetcar Union Station stop is located on Houston Street just south of Union Station
- Station Concierge
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Public Art
- No Public Parking Available
Station Concierge On Duty:
|Mon.-Fri.||7 a.m. - 7 p.m.|
Popular Attractions and Destinations:
- George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building
- Dealey Plaza
- Ferris Plaza
- Greyhound Bus Terminal
- Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion (accessible via pedestrian tunnel from Union Station)
- The John F. Kennedy Memorial
- La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas Downtown (formerly Hotel Lawrence Dallas)
- Old Red Courthouse (site of the Dallas CVB Tourist Information Center)
- Reunion Tower (accessible via pedestrian tunnel from Union Station)
- The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Use this guide to plan your tour of Union Station.
Union Station occupies a unique place in Dallas history. The landmark building stands as a testament to the Age of Steam and as a reminder of the strategic role railroads played in the city's growth and development.
Built in 1916, Union Station consolidated five scattered rail stations into one, making Dallas a transportation center in the Southwest. At its peak, as many as 80 trains stopped daily at the station.
Now at the crossroads of a new century, Union Station once again assumes a central role in the area's future growth and development, uniting DART bus, light rail, and commuter rail service with AMTRAK interstate rail service.
Dallas Milestones and Historic Murals
During the Great Depression, the federal government launched the Public Works of Art Project, commissioning artists around the nation to create works of art for courthouses, post offices, and other public buildings.
In 1934, Dallasites Jerry Bywaters and Alexander Hogue were granted the first commission in Texas. They created a series of ten murals depicting events in Dallas history for the walls of the second-floor lobby of the old City Hall Building, located on Harwood street between Main and Commerce streets.
The murals were destroyed in 1954 when the City Hall relocated. To decorate DART's Union Station, Phillip Lamb, Union Station artist, recreated portions of the murals and added contemporary historical milestones based on each mural's theme.
Design Team Artist: Frances Bagley
Engineer: Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
Architect: Hellmoth, Obata & Kassabaum
Landscape Architect: Linda Tycher & Associates
Commissioned Artist: Philip Lamb