St. Paul (DART station)
|DART light rail station|
The station, as seen from N St. Paul Street and Bryan Street
|Location||Along Bryan Street, between St. Paul and Harwood Streets, Dallas, Texas 75201|
|Owned by||Dallas Area Rapid Transit|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||M-Line (terminates two blocks north of St. Paul DART Station at Ross Avenue)
All downtown bus routes stop within close proximity to one or more downtown rail stations.
|Structure type||At grade|
|Opened||June 14, 1996|
St. Paul Street is a DART Light Rail station located near the Arts District of downtown Dallas, Texas on Bryan Street, between St. Paul and Harwood Streets. It opened on June 14, 1996 and is a station on the Red, Orange, Green and Blue lines, serving the Trammell Crow Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, Patriot Tower and First Baptist Church (Dallas, Texas).
St. Paul Station is located near St. Paul Street in downtown Dallas. The street received its name in the 1930s, not out of religious interest, but as a protest against the Volstead Act, a national law that banned alcoholic beverages. The city fathers located a passage in the Bible, attributed to St. Paul, that said "drink a little wine, for your stomach's sake".
- Howell, Curtis; Mark Wrolstad (June 15, 1996). "Now Boarding: Rail debut has crowds lining up". The Dallas Morning News.