City of Plano launches online survey, plans open house for DART Silver Line area plan

The City of Plano is hosting an open house and promoting an online survey regarding the Shiloh and 12th Street Silver Line stations.

The City of Plano is asking residents to provide feedback in an online survey or upcoming public open house regarding the DART Silver Line Station Areas Plan.

The DART Silver Line plans to connect Plano to Fort Worth as part of the DART 2030 Transit System Plan that was approved in 2006. The 26-mile silver line would serve Plano, Richardson, Dallas, Addison, Carrollton, Coppell and Grapevine and connect to the Orange Line, Green Line, Red Line, Trinity Metro’s TEXrail and airlines at DFW airport.

Plano’s Silver Line Station Areas Plan focuses on 12th Street Station and Shiloh Road Station.

Ahead of the implementation of the DART line, Plano is hosting a Public Open House on Wednesday, June 28 from 5;30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Sam Johnson Recreation Center for residents to provide feedback on desired land use, development patterns, character and aesthetics of the areas surrounding the incoming stations. An online survey is also available.

The survey prompts residents, commuters or other interested parties to discuss their interest in the stations and express any concerns.

Prior to seeking public feedback, the City of Plano Planning Department held a Virtual Visioning Workshop with Advisory Group members, which consists of those who live or work near either station.

According to the current timeline, public outreach will continue through the fall and the plan will be implemented in 2024.

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