THE FUTURE MARKET
OF NORTH TEXAS TOD
Panel:
Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth
Brent Miller, Wynne/Jackson
Jim Cline, DCTA
...
TOD Opportunities in

Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC)
and the T&P Terminal (existing)
Northside Station (Stockyards...
TOD is important to the City of Fort Worth
• Accommodate continuing
population increase
• Housing choice
• Connect people ...
TEX Rail Station TOD Opportunities

4
Intermodal
Transportation Center
(ITC)
and the
T&P Terminal (existing)

Approximately 47 acres
with High Development
Poten...
6
ITC/T&P Station Concepts

Credit: Penn Design Studio

Credit: PLAN 2023-Downtown Fort Worth's Ten Year Strategic Action Pl...
Northside Station
(Stockyards Station)

Approximately 21 acres
with High Development
Potential and 4 acres
City-owned non-...
TCU/Berry Station TOD Plan

Now part of TEX Rail Phase 2
TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2)
Denton County
Transportation
Authority
Lake Lewisville Station
Lake Lewisville Station
EXISTING SITE PHOTOS
CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN

537 Contour –
Typical
C.O.E. Jurisdictional
Limits
SLALOM SHOP, MARINA, RESORT HOTEL &
CONFERENCE CENTER
RESORT HOTEL – a 300 key, 3½ to 4-star, fullservice hotel with resor...
DCTA SITE & FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCELS

DCTA – a 120 unit mid-rise
apartment property with
podium parking.
Where Connections Happen
Transit System Map
Trinity Mills Transit District is the #1 TOD
Development Opportunity in North Texas with
25.5 acres of developable land ow...
Carrollton’s Vision for Trinity Mills:
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ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014

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Panel: Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth; Brent Miller, Wynn Jackson and Jim Cline, DCTA; Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton

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  • Accommodates growth with higher density of housing and jobs.Provides a wider range of housing options.Provides opportunity for TOD residents to access jobs along rail corridor.Growth can be accommodated more cost-effectively and sustainably.Viable destination places improve residents’ and visitors’ quality of life while supporting healthy behaviors (walking).
  • High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.25) ratio of improvement to land value.
  • High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.5) ratio of improvement to land value.
  • The development area is under developed.
  • A potential development plan.
  • ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014

    1. 1. THE FUTURE MARKET OF NORTH TEXAS TOD Panel: Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth Brent Miller, Wynne/Jackson Jim Cline, DCTA Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton
    2. 2. TOD Opportunities in Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and the T&P Terminal (existing) Northside Station (Stockyards Station) TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2) 2
    3. 3. TOD is important to the City of Fort Worth • Accommodate continuing population increase • Housing choice • Connect people to jobs • Sustainable growth • Quality of life 350 sq. mi. 1,200,000 1,000,000 800,000 757,810 600,000 307 sq. mi. 400,000 200,000 0 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030
    4. 4. TEX Rail Station TOD Opportunities 4
    5. 5. Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and the T&P Terminal (existing) Approximately 47 acres with High Development Potential
    6. 6. 6
    7. 7. ITC/T&P Station Concepts Credit: Penn Design Studio Credit: PLAN 2023-Downtown Fort Worth's Ten Year Strategic Action Plan; MIG, Inc.
    8. 8. Northside Station (Stockyards Station) Approximately 21 acres with High Development Potential and 4 acres City-owned non-park land Fort Worth Stockyards 8
    9. 9. TCU/Berry Station TOD Plan Now part of TEX Rail Phase 2
    10. 10. TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2)
    11. 11. Denton County Transportation Authority Lake Lewisville Station
    12. 12. Lake Lewisville Station
    13. 13. EXISTING SITE PHOTOS
    14. 14. CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN 537 Contour – Typical C.O.E. Jurisdictional Limits
    15. 15. SLALOM SHOP, MARINA, RESORT HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER RESORT HOTEL – a 300 key, 3½ to 4-star, fullservice hotel with resort amenities (226,000 sf) and underground parking. CONFERENCE CENTER – conference space (30,000 sf) including pavilion (3,500 sf) plus ancillary space; total center (56,500 sf).
    16. 16. DCTA SITE & FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCELS DCTA – a 120 unit mid-rise apartment property with podium parking.
    17. 17. Where Connections Happen
    18. 18. Transit System Map
    19. 19. Trinity Mills Transit District is the #1 TOD Development Opportunity in North Texas with 25.5 acres of developable land owned by the City of Carrollton and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
    20. 20. Carrollton’s Vision for Trinity Mills:

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