CityLine/Bush station

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Dallas Area Rapid Transit CityLine/Bush
DART light rail station
Bush Turnpike Station - 2-24-10.JPG
Location 1300 East President George Bush Highway
Richardson, Texas 75082
Coordinates 33°0′8″N 96°42′11″W / 33.00222°N 96.70306°W / 33.00222; -96.70306Coordinates: 33°0′8″N 96°42′11″W / 33.00222°N 96.70306°W / 33.00222; -96.70306
Owned by Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Line(s)
Platforms two side platforms
Connections DART UT-Dallas Shuttle (M-Sat)
DART Flex - Telecom Corridor (841) (M-F)
DART Flex - South Plano (843) (M-F)
Construction
Parking 778 free spaces, no overnight
Bicycle facilities two racks
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 9 December 2002
Services
Preceding station   DART   Following station
toward Westmoreland
Red Line
toward Parker Road
toward DFW Airport
Orange Line

CityLine/Bush station (formerly Bush Turnpike station) is a DART Light Rail station in Richardson, Texas. It is located on the President George Bush Turnpike near US 75 (Central Expressway). It opened on December 9, 2002 as a station on the Red Line, serving the area around Collin Creek Mall. The Orange Line was added in 2010. The station is planned to be an intersection between those lines and the future Cotton Belt Rail Line.

In January 2016, DART announced that the station would be renamed as CityLine/Bush station on March 14 as part of the service changes, due to the enlargement of the CityLine development zone.[1]

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