Ah, now I get where the Plaza problem is. The city needs to be pushed to let it go or work with the property owners to make badly needed changes. The DART bus stop's here get heavily used on all sides so I am not sure how much more DART could use this spot except if a train station were to ever actually show up. Even tour buses drop loads of tourists off here for lunch times so they are definitely getting a lot of use out of the food court. With the right changes, they could start calling it a food hall
The plaza has some good tree coverage compared to other downtown properties but the water feature appears to be a nuisance, turned off during the summer. The flora on top of the 1980's bus shelters are stuck in the 80's as well. You have to give it to them though they have green roofs that actually shelter bus patrons during rain and that's more than most bus shelters in this town. The old food court signage, the one that looked like a roll of parchment designed to look like a newspaper pictured on this forum a few months ago was removed two months ago. The removed signage foundation sits there as a huge trip waiting to happen or something a scooter driver is bound to miss and face plant.
The black box signage that is positioned next to each bus stop stopped being maintained years ago so yeah that could definitely use some replacing.
This is one of those moments when they need to do what they always do in Dallas, hire the Klyde Warren firm to design an update and cheer it in a press release like the second coming.