Transportation


​Interagency Projects

DART Projects
TxDOT Projects

Railroad Projects
A quiet zone is sections of a railroad corridor where train crews do not routinely sound the horn at railroad crossings. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) provides the requirements necessary to establish Quiet Zones. The railroad segments will qualify for Quiet Zone designation if crossing safety improvements are implemented, such as crossing closures, one-way conversions, quad gates, medians & signs and pavement markings.
  • Established City of Dallas Quiet Zones
    • Far North Dallas, 3-crossing, Established March 21, 2011
    • Urbandale, 3-crossings, Established December 12, 2011
    • Market Center, 1-crossing, Established September 10, 2012
    • Urbandale 2, 2-crossings, Established October 10, 2016 
Contacts:
​Marva Fuller-Slider
Administrative Specialist
214-671-8173

​Frank Honeycutt, P.E.
Sr. Program Manager
214-671-5110
franklyn.honeycutt@dallascityhall.com
​Sherman Livingston
Project Coordinator III
214-671-8171
sherman.livingston@dallascityhall.com