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The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Development Near DART Light-Rail Stations (May 2020)

A new study looking at construction near Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail stations shows just how productive and important it is to the overall North Texas economy, generating billions of dollars in revenue, taxes and jobs.

Researchers from the Economics Research Group at the University of North Texas (UNT), led by Michael Carroll, Ph.D., reviewed 81 development projects completed within a quarter mile of DART stations with a total property value of $5.138 billion between 2016 and 2018.

Past Studies:

Public investment around DART Rail moving North Texas (May 2017)

Rail-connected Development Driving Regional Growth

DART Rail Attracts Billions in Development

Station Area Fact Sheets

Select a station from the list below:

Fact sheets are PDF files that include station attributes
and area demographics (1/2 mile radius)

PDF files can be viewed using Adobe's free
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DART TOD Property Inventory

DART TOD Property Inventory (26MB PDF file opens in a new window)
May 2019

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