Transportation

Tram in Dallas

DART

DART operates buses and an extensive light-rail system that connects downtown with outlying areas. Tickets are sold on board buses and from vending machines at rail stops. It also runs the Dallas Streetcar, which ru…
Train in Denton

A-Train

Operates commuter trains that connect to Dallas from Denton (adult/child $5/1.25). Trains run every half-hour Monday to Friday and every two hours on Saturday. To reach Dallas, change from the A-Train to the DART li…
Bicycle Hire in Fort Worth

Fort Worth B-Cycle

You can pick up a bike at one of dozens of self-checkout stations around Fort Worth. After purchasing a pass (either 24 hours or three days), you have unlimited trips of up to 30 minutes each use before additional c…
Airport in Midland

Midland International Air & Space Port

The airport sits midway between Midland and Odessa near exit 126 on I-20 and TX 191. Despite its grandiose name, service at the airport is much more mundane: American Eagle to Dallas–Fort Worth, United Express to Ho…
Bus in Arlington

Arlington Trolley

A network of buses disguised to look like trolleys link Arlington's chain hotels with the major attractions: Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Globe Life Park, AT&T Stadium and downtown Arlington…
Train in Fort Worth

Amtrak

The Texas Eagle stops at the Amtrak Station in the Intermodal Transportation Center en route to San Antonio or Chicago. The Heartland Flyer serves Oklahoma City.
Airport in Lubbock

Lubbock International Airport

Lubbock International Airport is situated 7 miles north of town, at exit 8 off of I-27. Airlines include American Eagle (Dallas–Fort Worth), United (Houston) and Southwest (Dallas, Houston and Las Vegas).
Tram in Dallas

M-Line Trolley

Travel from downtown to uptown on the historic and free M-Line Trolley, which runs from the St Paul DART station via the Arts District and up McKinney Ave to City Place/Uptown Station.
Airport in Dallas

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 16 miles northwest of the city via I-35 E, is a hub for American Airlines. Major airlines provide extensive domestic and international service.
Bus in Fort Worth

The T

Runs bus 12 and 15 to the Stockyards from Downtown and bus 2 to the Cultural District. Stops include the Intermodal Transportation Center. All of these lines run well into the evening.