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Downtown Carrollton DART LRT Station

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Map of the DFW Rail Network

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Map of DART Rail Expansion

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Map of the Three Carrollton DART LRT Stations

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Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)

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TOD Maps

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Downtown Carrollton Rail Station Master Plan [PDF]

Historic Old Down Town Carrollton

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Carrollton Renaissance Initiative
Plan detail adopted by the Carrollton City Council

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Downtown Carrollton Transit Oriented Development Plan [PDF]

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Downtown Carrollton Market Study [PDF]

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History: Transit Oriented Development

 

University of North Texas
Center for Economic Development & Research


Bernard L. Weinstein, Ph.D.

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The Fiscal Impacts of DART's Transit-Oriented Development, April 2007

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Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Dallas Area Rapid Transit Operations and Capital Expenditures, April 2007

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The Estimated Value of New Investment Adjacent to DART LRT Stations 1999-2005

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DART Light Railís Effect on Taxable Property Valuations and Transit-Oriented Development, January 2003

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An Assessment of the DART LRT on Taxable Property Valuations and Transit Oriented Development, September 2002

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The Initial Economic Impacts of the DART LRT System, July 1999

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The Economic and Fiscal Impacts DART LRT System Buildout, June 2009

  

 

   

 

     

"Envision a lifestyle renaissance...

...with light rail transit as the catalyst for creating a more livable community.  Light rail transit provides the means to allow for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD): a higher density, mixed-use community with an urban aesthetic.  These new urban style communities promote pedestrian activity and alternative modes of transportation.  Carrollton is positioned to benefit greatly from transit-oriented development as we become the primary transfer point for rail transit riders within the Metroplex.  We will be at the center of it all." TOD

"This project will transform Carrollton into a primary destination and transfer point within the Metroplex, It will not only  improvelocal and regional access but will also provide an opportunity for Carrollton to develop a true urban center serving as the symbolic center of the city." Allan Zreet, Project Manager, Carter & Burgess, Inc., TOD

 

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