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DART Drives Connections
From education, to job opportunities, to culture, to healthcare, to transportation and so much more, DART helps North Texans connect with their community. DART is a critical connector for North Texas, making mobility easier for everyone—even those that do not ride.

As a cornerstone of the region's multi-modal transportation network, public transit is part of our livelihood and our region's continued economic growth. In fact, we'd say DART is moving North Texas Forward.

DART RAIL FACTS

PROJECT FACT SHEETS

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CAPITAL PROGRAMS INFORMATION

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  • Cotton Belt
    New: The Final Environmental Impact Statement/Record of Decision (FEIS/ROD) for the Cotton Belt Corridor Regional Rail Project is now available.
    — On August 28, 2018, the DART Board approved a Service Plan Amendment for Cotton Belt Corridor which defined the Project alignment, grade separations, and station locations. Also on August 28, 2018, the DART Board approved an residential betterments program for the Cotton Belt Corridor.
    — On September 26, 2017, the DART Board approved a budget and 20-year financial plan supporting these projects. The board previously approved new debt resolutions providing funding mechanisms for the Cotton Belt and D2.

  • D2 Subway: Dallas Central Business District (CBD) Second Light Rail Alignment
    — The DART Board approved the Commerce/Victory/Swiss as the approved Locally Preferred Alternative at their September 26, 2017 meeting. The Dallas City Council approved the LPA by DART Board on September 13, 2017.
    — On September 26, 2017, the DART Board approved a budget and 20-year financial plan supporting these projects. The board previously approved new debt resolutions providing funding mechanisms for the Cotton Belt and D2.

  • Transit System Plan
    — During 2018, DART reviewed and updated its Service Standards and continued to be a leader in innovative technology and partnerships that are changing how we approach providing service to our customers. These updated service standards and innovative service delivery options will be used to guide DART's transit service strategy for the future.


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