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  Your guide
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and Station Listing

Artist: Hyun-Ju Chu and Chong Keun Chu      

Royal Lane Station

      Location: North of Royal Lane on the east side of Denton Drive

Royal Lane Station is located near the Asian Trade District, home to 21 shopping centers and more than 300 specialty shops. Multi-Asian culture has defined the area, with a blend of influences. It is a trading hub unlike any other in DFW.

The station design pays tribute to society's connection to trade as a cyclical resource, emphasizing the inter-reliance between Asian and American culture as a means of growth and progress. The station is an example of the interdependence of man, trade and transportation. It is also intended to be a gateway of east to west.

The paving on the concourse and platform is reddish brown to symbolize the earth. The concourse also features a long multicolored stripe made up of red, yellow, blue and green tiles, a nod to the area's Asian heritage. In the center of the pavement, riders should note the Wan Ja shaped band, traditionally considered a good luck symbol in Asia. A colorful medallion along the walkway, made of terrazzo, symbolizes the growth of life.

The medallion is greenish-blue, and these colors represent heaven and hope. The roof color matches the color used on the medallion.

The station columns, some yellow and some red-brown, all have Lotus flowers emblazoned on them. The flowers are made of a buff-colored cast concrete and symbolize prosperity and fruitfulness.

Windscreens showcase colorful artwork by station artists Hyun-Ju Chu and Chong Keun Chu. Landscaping at the station is designed to provide year-round seasonal color variations and visual interest along pedestrian paths and surrounding the circular plaza.

Royal Lane Station promises to be a hub of activity and exchange, a true tribute to its surroundings.

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