Here are all the stations along DART’s Silver Line and how long it will take to get to DFW Airport from each

Service is expected to begin in 2023, serving 10 stations in North Texas.

CityLine is one of 10 stations along DART’s Silver Line rail, which will open in 2023.(Staff Photographer)

Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s Silver Line, the $1.2 billion rail project in the works for about 30 years, will stop at 10 stations from Plano to DFW Airport after its planned opening in summer 2023.

Thousands of square feet of office, residential and retail space have been developed or are in the process of being developed along DART stations to help accommodate North Texas’ rapid population growth. The region added 120,000 residents last year.

Here’s a look at the stations you can expect to see while riding the Silver Line, as well as how many riders DART expects each to have by 2040 and the travel time from each to DFW Airport.

The DART Silver Line plans to open in the summer of 2023.
The DART Silver Line plans to open in the summer of 2023.(DART / Courtesy)

Shiloh Road Station

Where is it? Less than three miles southeast of downtown Plano

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? Just under 700

Travel time to DFW? 58 minutes

12th Street Station

Where is it? 12th Street and K Avenue, just south of downtown Plano and Haggard Park

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 340

Travel time to Terminal B? 54 minutes

CityLine/Bush Station

Where is it? Near the southeast corner of Central Expressway and Bush Turnpike, which is home to the $1.5 billion, 186-acre CityLine project, one of the largest mixed-use developments in North Texas and home to State Farm and Raytheon. The area will soon include over 500 urban-style homes at the northeast corner of Renner Road and Red Moon Way.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 1,240

Travel time to Terminal B? 48 minutes

UT Dallas/Synergy Park Station

Where is it? The campus of the University of Texas at Dallas, which will feature an illuminated metal UT Dallas logo that is more than 8 feet high.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 1,205

Travel time to Terminal B? 42 minutes

Knoll Trail Station

Where is it? 15450 Knoll Trail Drive in Far North Dallas, about three miles from the Galleria. According to DART, the station is a “kiss and ride” location, where there’s no parking but riders can be dropped off or picked up.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 530

Travel time to Terminal B? 35 minutes

Addison Station

Where is it? DART’s busiest transit center sits across from Addison Circle and 2,400 residences and 625,000 square feet of office, retail and restaurant space. The town is seeking a “master developer” to build on an 18-acre site surrounding the station.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? Just below 2,000

Travel time to Terminal B? 32 minutes

Cypress Waters Station

Where is it? Construction on the development at LBJ Freeway and Belt Line Road started more than 10 years ago and now has 1,000 acres of retail, restaurant and office space, as well as The Sound, a restaurant and retail village that holds live music events at its amphitheater.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 890

Travel time to Terminal B? 17 minutes

Downtown Carrollton Station

Where is it? Across Belt Line Road in Carrollton, where thousands of apartment units have been added to complement the many restaurants, shops and historical markers downtown.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 1,855

Travel time to Terminal B? 24 minutes

DFW North Station

Where is it? Dallas Road in Grapevine, just over three miles from the airport

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 1,305

Travel time to Terminal B? Seven minutes

DFW Airport Terminal B Station

Where is it? The last stop on the Silver Line connects to TEXRail, DART Orange Line, DFW SkyLink and DFW Terminal Link buses.

How many daily riders will it have by 2040? 1,160

Information provided by Dallas News

Staff writer Steve Brown contributed to this report.

Chloe Bennett, Special Contributor. Chloe Bennett is a freelance journalist covering Garland and Mesquite. Originally from Carrollton, she graduated from the University of San Francisco in 2019. You can find her previous work in several outlets, including KUT public radio, Dallas Innovates, and the Plano Star Courier.

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