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Irving Convention Center (DART station)

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Irving Convention Center (DART station)

Irving Convention Center
Station statistics
Connections DART Routes 400 (M-F), 501, 503 (M-F at Las Colinas Blvd.), 507 (M-Sat), 510 (M-F), and 528
Structure type At grade
Parking 715 free spaces (no overnight parking) at North Irving Transit Center
Other information
Opened July 30, 2012
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Preceding station   Dallas Area Rapid Transit   Following station
toward DFW Airport
Orange Line
toward Parker Road
toward DFW Airport
Orange Line
toward Parker Road

Irving Convention Center is a DART light rail station located in the Las Colinas development of Irving, Texas for service on the Orange Line.[1] The station opened in July 2012 and serves the Irving Convention Center and Las Colinas Urban Center. It briefly served as the Orange Line terminus until the North Lake College and Belt Line stations opened in December 2012.

Upon the launch of the Orange Line, there was no direct bus connection at the station. However, DART provides a nearby bus route (503) on Las Colinas Blvd. on a weekday basis. That all changed in December 2012 when a few of the routes were diverted to this station. Parking is provided, but at an existing parking lot at North Irving Transit Center. Access to the station platform is available via a walkway and pedestrian crossing under Northwest Highway.

See also


  1. ^ DART Orange Line Expansion Information.

External links

  • Dallas Area Rapid Transit - Irving Convention Center Station

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