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1 1 DART Orange Line Project Update and Development Opportunities Timothy H. McKay, P.E. Senior Vice President Rail Program Development July 25, 2011

2 2 Orange Line Expansion

3 3 Irving-1 & 2 (2012) Orange Line Expansion

4 4 Irving-3 (2014) Orange Line Expansion

5 5 Awarded in December 2008 KSWRP, a Joint Venture Kiewit Stacy & Witbeck Reyes Parsons Contract Value $430M I-1/I-2 Design-Build Project

6 6 2 Line Sections (I-1/I-2) 9.29 miles Total Length Connects to Green Line at Bachman Station Ends on DFW Property at Belt Line Station Revenue Service I-1 August 2012 I-2 December 2012 Project Description

7 7 Project Map

8 8 Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is moderate to higher density development, located within an easy walk of a major transit stop, generally with a mix of residential, employment, and shopping opportunities designed for pedestrians without excluding the auto. What is Transit Oriented Development?

9 9 Core Up to 600 ft Greatest intensity Center ft Intermediate intensity Edge ft Greater than community average intensity General Limits for TOD

10 10 Examples of TOD Baylor Station

11 11 Examples of TOD Mockingbird Station

12 12 Examples of TOD Downtown Plano Station

13 13 Identified Opportunities Texas Stadium Area

14 14 Texas Stadium Area DART Light Rail

15 15 North of UD Station Identified Opportunities

16 16 North of University of Dallas Station UD Station Platform UD Bus Transfer

17 17 Las Colinas Urban Center Identified Opportunities

18 18 Las Colinas Urban Center DART Light Rail

19 19 Irving Convention Center Identified Opportunities

20 20 Convention Center

21 21 DFW Airport Identified Opportunities

22 22 DFW Airport

23 Real Estate Classification Mapping (GIS) DART Real Estate Department Functional Classification Real Estate Evaluation SPPRE DART Staff Preliminary Ranked List Property Classification and Evaluation Ranked List of properties with development potential Prioritization of top 39 properties Ranking of top 20 properties 23 Property Classification and Evaluation Process

24 * TOD Catalyst Facilities 1Mockingbird Station 2Park Lane Station 3Pearl Station 4Spring Valley Station 5Deep Ellum Station 6Downtown Plano Station 7Cedars Station- Powhatten 8Lake Highlands Station 9South Irving Station 10Arapaho Center Station 11Parker Road Station 12Addison Transit Center 13Westmoreland Station 14LBJ-Skillman Station 15Galatyn Park Station 16Trinity Mills Station 17Forest Lane Station 18Illinois Station 19Kiest Station 20Forest-Jupiter Station

25 TOD Process and Procedures TOD Investment Package Checklists Station Area Property Data Planning Documents (as available)Due Diligence Title Reports Projected Ridership Market Assessment Survey Zoning and Land use Plan Financial Feasibility Phase 1 Environmental Member City Plan Property and Sales Tax Rates Phase 1 Appraisal Floodplain Maps AssessmentEconomic Impact Outcome +,-, neutralRecommendations -Stakeholder Discussions -Due Diligence -Planning Documentation -Financial Feasibility DART potential income -Sale -Land Lease -Other Proceed to Solicitation Process Selection Impact on DART Services -Ridership -Operations -Maintenance Explore Joint Venture/ Partnerships Do Nothing

26 TOD Process and Procedures 26 DART Board TOD Project Team Director Economic Development and Planning DART Departments (various) Appropriate City Representative (as needed) Special Consultants (real estate, economic development) President/Executive Director TBD/As Needed Senior VP Rail Project Development DART CFO Executive TOD Review Committee

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28 28 Questions?


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