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Silver Line, new regional rail service along the Historic Cotton Belt Corridor

Silver Line Regional Rail at a Glance
Service begins: 2024
Length: 26 miles
Cities served: Plano, Richardson, Dallas, Addison, Carrollton, Coppell and Grapevine
Counties served: Collin, Dallas and Tarrant counties
Key connections: DART's Orange Line, Green Line and Red Line, TEXRail, DCTA A-train and DFW Airport
Capacity: 230 seated passengers
Emissions: Meets the EPA's strictest regulations -- Tier 4 emissions standards
Delivering regional rail to seven cities, the newly-branded Silver Line regional rail service will transform the northern part of DART's Service Area and improve mobility and accessibility across the region.

The 26-mile regional rail project will provide connections to major employers, higher education, DFW Airport, three DART Rail lines, the DCTA A-train and Trinity Metro's TEXRail. Combined with the new TEXRail service, riders will enjoy 60 miles of regional rail stretching all the way from Plano to Fort Worth.

After completion in 2023, the new Silver Line will offer service every 30 minutes during peak travel times and every 60 minutes during off-peak.

DART Safely

DART is proceeding with several construction projects near you related to the 26-mile Silver Line Regional Rail project that spans from Plano to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

Construction activities involve heavy equipment and will take place 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. on weekends.

For additional information about the construction, visit For construction-related questions or concerns, please contact the Construction Hotline at 972-833-2856.

Construction areas can be very dangerous, so DART urges you to be smart and be safe.

Just follow these 10 tips:

DART is working to ensure the Silver Line is a good neighbor.
Safety is our first priority and as part of our commitment to being a good neighbor, DART is taking extensive measures to ensure the Silver Line can travel safely and seamlessly throughout the region.

From horns, to quad gates and impassable barriers, we're working tirelessly to ensure our communities are as safe as possible when trains pass through.

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