University of Dallas station

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University of Dallas
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Coordinates 32°50′57″N96°54′57″W / 32.849238°N 96.915842°W / 32.849238; -96.915842 Coordinates: 32°50′57″N96°54′57″W / 32.849238°N 96.915842°W / 32.849238; -96.915842
Owned by Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Line(s)
ConnectionsDART Routes 505 (M-F), and 508 (M-Sat)
Construction
Structure typeAt Grade
Disabled accessYes
History
OpenedJuly 30, 2012
Services
Preceding station Dallas Area Rapid Transit logo.svg Dallas Area Rapid Transit Following station
Las Colinas Urban Center
toward DFW Airport
Orange Line Bachman
toward Parker Road
Deferred
South Las Colinas
toward DFW Airport
Orange Line Loop 12
toward Parker Road

University of Dallas station is DART Light Rail station in Irving, Texas. It serves the Orange Line. [1] The station opened in July 2012 and serves the adjacent University of Dallas. The station also has an above-ground Bus Plaza for rail passengers to transfer to/from their bus routes.

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