Dallas Market Center Welcomes New Mass Transit Rail Stop

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has announced that the Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail now stops at its campus and will be available for use during this month's Dallas Total Home & Gift Market.

Located across Harry Hines Boulevard, which is the street that runs behind the Dallas Market Center campus, the DART rail station can be accessed from DMC by exiting the back of the International Trade Plaza and following signs to the crossover bridge. Running approximately every 20 minutes, the trains will now give attendees mass transit access to Dallas Love Field Airport and downtown Dallas.

"Quick and convenient rail access to Dallas Market Center is a big customer service win," said Bill Winsor, president and chief executive officer, Dallas Market Center. "Whether market attendees are arriving at the market center from the airport or seeking entertainment destination around town, DART provides tremendous advantages for them."

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