The hall examine space is a separate right-of-way for freight rail and is proposed for commuter rail service that may hook up with DCTA’s A-train and Dallas Space Fast Transit.
Texas’ Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) was awarded $600,000 from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to conduct high-level preliminary planning for transit-oriented growth (TOD) alongside a 25-mile section of the prevailing Kansas Metropolis Southern (KCS) freight rail line in Denton County. The high-level planning mission will assist decide if the KCS hall can present mobility and financial alternative for Denton County and the North Texas area.
The hall examine space is a separate right-of-way for freight rail and is proposed for commuter rail service that may hook up with DCTA’s A-train and Dallas Space Fast Transit (DART). The funded TOD examine space begins on the College of North Texas (UNT) and continues southeast via the cities of Denton, Highland Village, Lewisville, and japanese Denton County — one of many fastest-growing areas within the U.S.
The planning course of will embody the next:
Hall growth insurance policies and planning strategiesStation growth plans for as much as six potential station areasFinancial instruments to encourage TOD implementationLand growth insurance policies to encourage transit-oriented market responses