Hebron (DCTA station)

Hebron Station
Location Lewisville, Texas
Coordinates 33°00′37″N 96°57′31″W / 33.010286°N 96.958489°W / 33.010286; -96.958489Coordinates: 33°00′37″N 96°57′31″W / 33.010286°N 96.958489°W / 33.010286; -96.958489
Owned by Denton County Transportation Authority
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 356 spaces
Disabled access Yes
Opened June 20, 2011[1]
Preceding station   Denton County Transportation Authority   Following station

Hebron Station is an A-train commuter rail station in Lewisville, Texas. It is near the interchange between Interstate-35E and the Sam Rayburn Tollway, and serves commuters from Lewisville and the Vista Ridge Mall retail area. It is also the South Lewisville terminal of DCTA's Commuter Express bus route.

To commemorate the 1969 Texas International Pop Festival, the Texas Historical Commission approved the placement of a state historical marker near Hebron Station, close to the former site of the festival stage at the Dallas International Motor Speedway.[2]


  1. Peterson, Matt (June 20, 2011). "A-train railway begins rolling, carrying commuters from Denton to Carrollton". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved June 20, 2011.
  2. Appleton, Roy (January 31, 2010). "Tribute concert today raises funds for 1969 Lewisville pop festival's state historical marker". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved February 6, 2010.

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