MLK, Jr. Station is located south of Fair Park and convenient to the MLK fairground entrance (Gate 6 on R.B. Cullum Blvd.) and the Cotton Bowl Stadium. Connected to the J.B. Jackson, Jr. Transit Center, the MLK, Jr. Station tells the story of the African American community surrounding it. Featuring images from noted photographer R.C. Hickman, the station offers a visual representation of the events and people of South Dallas. Conceived by artist Emmanuel Gillespie, the station includes a "Walk of Respect" that uses symbols to represent words such as unity, respect and wisdom. MLK, Jr. Station is served by DART Rail Green Line trains.
Bay 1 - 23 | Bay 2 - 104 | Bay 3 - For Future Use | Bay 4 - 13 | Bay 5 - Paratransit | Bay 6 - 216 | Bay 7 - Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop
|Bay 3||For Future Use|
|Bay 7||Rail Disruption Shuttle Stop|
The DART Rail system features 65 stations, located in downtown Dallas, South Dallas, South Oak Cliff, West Oak Cliff, the North Central Expressway Corridor to North Dallas, Richardson and Plano, the Northeast Corridor to Garland and Rowlett, the Northwest Corridor to Farmers Branch and Carrollton, the Southeast Corridor to Pleasant Grove and the Northwest Corridor to Irving and DFW Airport.
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