You can find on this page the Dallas metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Dallas metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Dallas in Texas - USA.
The Dallas metro Silver Line (formerly the Cotton Belt Rail Line) has been on DART Rail Plan since 1983 and is a key piece of Richardson future transportation network as its mentioned in Dallas metro map. A number of years ago, the economy required DART to move construction of the Silver Line to the 2035 time frame.

Metro map Dallas

Map of Dallas metro

The Dallas metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Dallas metro. This metro map of Dallas will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Dallas in Texas - USA. The Dallas metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Metro Dallas system, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), is to be doubled in size during the next decade following agreement on a $2.4bn investment programme. The year 2006 marked the tenth anniversary of the opening of the first 17.6km (11 mile) line with 14 stations, which has since grown to 77km (48 miles) with 39 stations overall as you can see in Metro map Dallas. Rail, light rail and bus operator DART was formed in 1983. DART light rail was instigated in the mid-1990s, as a forward-thinking project associated with a major redevelopment of Dallas. It is reaping the rewards of its major investment, having grown from carrying 1.4 million passengers in 1996 to 17.5 million in 2005. DART has become one of the largest light rail systems in the US, after Los Angeles, Newark, New Jersey, San Diego and Portland MAX.

Expansion has nevertheless been stifled by a lack of revenue, but July 2006 saw DART receive a $700m grant from the United States Federal Transport Administration towards the total project cost. Construction has encouraged developments along the route, and there are now plans for $3bn in private activity alongside the routes. A one percent sales tax approved by residents of the 13 cities benefiting from DART services helps to fund the operation as its mentioned in Metro map Dallas. The area continues to suffer from massive traffic congestion issues and rising pollution, and it is hoped that the planned new lines will significantly reduce the number of car journeys taken.

Suburban areas were served by an additional metro network of city lines, run by the Dallas Railway and Terminal Company, but this declined in the late 1950s, hastened by the introduction of the Interstate highway programme in 1956. However, by the mid-1970s, thanks to increased traffic congestion and growing fears of pollution, attempts to improve public transport were back on the agenda. In 1996 the first DART line opened. A series of new lines and extensions are scheduled to open between 2009 and 2018, one of the main projects being the 44km (27.7 mile) Green Line, running from the north-west to the south-east as its shown in Metro map Dallas. The estimated investment in the line is $1.8bn.

Dallas subway map

Map of Dallas subway

The Dallas subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Dallas subway. This subway map of Dallas will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Dallas en Texas - USA. The Dallas subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit light rail system is the country longest, stretching 90 miles across North Texas as you can see in Dallas subway map. DART opened a five-mile extension to Dallas/Forth Worth International airport last August, making for an easy (though long) trip from the airport into Dallas and areas much farther east. The extension, along with the entire system, draws its funding from a 1% local sales tax. Locals do voice complaints about both how long trips take and how often trains run. Riding DART from the airport to downtown is scheduled to take 50 minutes, and according to Google Maps, the same trip can take as little as half an hour by car. Train frequencies range from every 15 minutes to every 20. But despite these drawbacks, people in Dallas say they like that DART guarantees a set travel time, whereas dealing with the region traffic takes some guesswork.

Dallas residents are using DART network more and more, even with its limitations. In 2014, DART ridership increased 1% to 96,272 average weekday riders compared to the prior year, according to the transit agency. That DART is helping shift some auto trips to transit is a net positive for the North Texas region. Rail transit there continues to expand, and construction is underway on a 2.6-mile extension of DART Blue Line due to open in 2016 as its mentioned in Dallas subway map. There are also plans for a new 27-mile commuter rail line between downtown Fort Worth and Dallas/Fort Worth airport that could open as soon as 2018.

Subway and railroad operators and agencies should take care to perform their jobs properly. All operators should be well trained because light rail and train system accidents can be devastating. These are heavy and often fact-moving vehicles (see Dallas subway map). If an accident occurs, various groups of people could be seriously injured. This include: Subway and train passengersDrivers and passengers in affected vehiclesPedestrians in the vicinity of a crash. Injuries caused by light rail or train accidents are often severe. It is not uncommon for victims of these accidents to sustain catastrophic injuries that affect their ability to live a normal life. In many cases, subway and railroad accidents occur because operators are distracted or impaired. Other incidents are caused by a failure to regularly inspect and maintain each light rail or train vehicle.