Residents seeking the opportunity to provide direct feedback on the proposed Dallas Area Rapid Transit Silver Line project will be able to do so at a meeting at 6:30 p.m. July 26 at The University of Texas at Dallas’ Davidson Auditorium—800 W. Campbell Road.

The background

DART is planning a $1.8 billion commuter train called the Silver Line that will connect cities such as Richardson and Plano along a 26-mile track to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Service for the train is scheduled to begin as early as late 2025, according to information provided by DART officials.

In Richardson, construction on two stations planned at The University of Texas at Dallas and CityLine as well as a bridge across US 75 remains ongoing. In addition to DART, representatives from the project contractor, Archer Western Herzog, will be in attendance to provide updates on the construction.

Get involved

The in-person biannual meeting is designed to garner public feedback on several proposed projects set to accompany the Silver Line development.

Residents will be able to view:
  • Project facts updates
  • Construction updates
  • Vehicle design progress
  • Hike and bike trail progress
  • A community engagement update
  • A safety education update
To learn more about the Silver Line, visit the DART project website.