Tag Archives: Oak Cliff

Dallas’ Chief Transpo Planner Talks Streetcars and Why First Downtown to Oak Cliff Line Is “Critical Spine” Of System of the Future

He knows people are going to ask why the initial line, funded in large part by $23 million in federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery funds, does not run all the way from Union Station to Methodist, as originally announced. … Continue reading

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Downtown-Oak Cliff streetcar project subject of meeting Jan. 27

The proposed streetcar line from downtown Dallas to north Oak Cliff will be the subject at hand Jan. 27 at Methodist Dallas Medical Center. A public meeting on the project begins at 6:30 p.m. in the hospital’s Hitt Auditorium, 1441 N. … Continue reading

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Streetcar Town Hall Jan. 27

No doubt City Hall will send out a release sooner or later, or post it to the City Secretary’s open-meetings page, butplan ahead.  There’s a public meeting January 27 at Hitt Auditorium at Methodist Hospital, where the topic’s the “Union … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Trolley

Jay Kline, DART’s streetcar project — the local planners are no longer looking to develop an Oak Cliff loop near Methodist Hospital. Rather, he said, the thinking is to run the line from downtown across the Houston Street Viaduct and … Continue reading

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Oak Cliff Trolley Extension

Dallas Morning News reports that the Dallas City council wants a new streetcar line to be extended from Methodist Hospital to the Bishop Arts district.

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Oddfellows Coffee Shop in Bishop Arts

There’s nothing quite like experiencing an opening day, and that’s exactly where I was the morning when Oddfellows, Oak Cliff’s newest original addition, opened its doors and delicacies to the public. In fact, I was so determined to be there … Continue reading

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Lancaster Project Nabs $3.3 Million, Heads to Council Committee for Approval

The Dallas Development Fund green-lighted another $12 million in new market tax credits for Lancaster Urban Village, a project encompassing 14,000 square feet of retail and 193 residential units. The Lancaster project is headed to the council’s Economic Development Committee … Continue reading

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