Downtown Rowlett Station
Martin Drive and Industrial Street, south of Lakeview Pkwy. (SH-66)
(5000 Martin Drive, Rowlett 75088)
The Downtown Rowlett Station features architectural design reflecting the community's distinctive personality. The station is located just north of Downtown Rowlett's Main Street. From here, passengers can access Downtown Garland and the entire DART system, including DFW International Airport. Downtown Rowlett Station is served by the Northeast segment of the DART Rail Blue Line.
DART Rail Schedules:Blue Line
Connecting Bus Routes:Rowlett FLEX Service (887) (M-F), Route 385 (M-F Rush Hour Only),
DART On-Call East Rowlett (M-F)
M-F (Monday through Friday)
Bus Bay Assignments:Bay 2 — Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop
Bay 3 — DART On-Call East Rowlett
Bay 4 — Paratransit
Bay 5 — Rowlett FLEX Service (887)
Bay 6 — 385 Lake Ray Hubbard Transit Center, Chaha
Bay 7 — 385 Dexham
- Passenger Shelters
- Customer Information
- Ticket Vending Machines
- Bus "Kiss & Ride" Passenger Drop-Off/Pickup Area
- Bike Lids
- Free Parking (750 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:
- Downtown Rowlett
- Rowlett City Hall
- Rowlett Public Library
- Coyle Middle School
- Big Star Burgers
- First Baptist Church Rowlett
Rowlett Celebrates the Opening of the Downtown Rowlett Station
Downtown Rowlett Station: Nature and History ConvergeLake Ray Hubbard is central to Rowlett's identity and accordingly, it figures prominently in the adornment of Downtown Rowlett Station.
Tile medallions in the rail station platform highlight the flora and fauna native to the area.
The lake theme is woven throughout - from the cattail stalks depicted in the columns to the shade of blue embedded in the walkway that "flows" through a plaza area between the rail platform and the nearby bus bays and park and ride lot.
Artwork abounds across 35 undulating panels, which also echo the motion of water. The scenes depicted range from sketches of the surrounding landscape and fauna, to portraits of the prominent families that settled the area, to family activities that are part of the fabric of current-day Rowlett. The installation also features quotes from celebrated authors Alex Haley and Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
"I tried to create a park-like setting that would appeal to families and commuters alike," Delgado said.
Colorful art walls flow between the rail station and bus bays, depicting images of Rowlett's community life and history.