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The design of the station at UT Dallas will pay tribute to the university, according to Dallas Area Rapid Transit. (Rendering courtesy DART)

Station designs released for Silver Line

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according to the newsletter. The theme for the CityLine/ Bush station is convergence and connectivity, according to the newsletter. Because this station will sit alongside the existing Red/Orange lines, commuters will be able to go in multiple directions, according to DART. The station is projected to service 1,204 daily riders by 2040, according to DART. Travel time to DFW Airport is estimated at 51 minutes and to the station at Shiloh Road in Plano will take a projected eight minutes, according to DART. The existing station at this loca- tion already oers more than 1,900 parking spaces, access to CityLine and the Veloweb, and connections to DART buses. Coronavirus-related complications are behind a delay in the completion of the $1.89 billion project, originally scheduled for 2022, according to DART. However, construction on the Richardson stations will continue as planned, DART spokesperson Gordon Shattles said. between Wilshire Way and Plano Road may be closed to trac from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. for a ber optic project, according to an Oct. 8 newsletter from the city of Richardson. Timeline: October-April Cost: unknown Funding source: MCI (utilities provider)

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Once the 26-mile Silver Line corridor debuts in 2024, two of its 10 stations will be located in Rich- ardson. In its September newsletter, Dallas Area Rapid Transit released nal designs for each location. A team of project engineers, architects, artists and members of neighborhood advisory committees collaborated on each station’s design from concept to completion, according to DART. The design of the station at The University of Texas at Dallas will pay tribute to the university, according to the newsletter. DART anticipates the station to service 1,205 daily riders by 2040. Travel time from Dallas Fort Worth International Air- port to the station is a projected 44 minutes and to the station at Shiloh Road in Plano will take a projected 15 minutes, according to DART. The station will include con- nections to the UT Dallas campus, apartments, restaurants, future developments, the Veloweb Hike & Bike Trail, and DART buses,

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