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Keys to Urban Development

DART stations attract dense, mixed-use communities

Across the DART Service Area, cities and developers are creating new urban, mixed-use, transit-oriented developments. People who live, work or do both in these efficient communities walk more, drive less and take public transportation more often.

Density: Residences, employers and entertainment built close together
Transit Accessibility: Trains, buses and on-demand services
Retail and Businesses: Dining, shopping and services
Green Space: Trees for shade, parks for playing
Walkability: Pedestrian-friendly sidewalks and bikeable paths
Mixed Housing: Single- and multifamily options

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Keys to Urban Development

Addison is Ready for Rail

Carrollton Enlists Developer for Trinity Mills District

Irving's Hidden Ridge will Include a New Rail Station

Arapaho Center Station will Anchor a New Innovation District

Tyler Station Energizes a Southern Dallas Community

DART Current and Future Rail Services

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