Going with public travel providers offers smart moves to those flying into or out of Dallas Fort Worth:
Dallas Fort Worth Airport is used by around 50 million passengers each year. There are several options to get there, such as Taxi, Rideshare and Rental cars. Before they can reach the airport, they need to take public transportation that is operated by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). DART provides bus service to the airport but not rail service. Passengers cannot transfer directly from the rail system to a bus as they must disembark at one stop and then board another bus at another location.
With stops at Irving and DFW Airport, the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) commuter train connects the downtown cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. The TRE is a convenient and effective means to commute directly between Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority. Trains run from Monday through Saturday, and day tickets throughout the region are offered. Sundays don't have a planned service.
The TRE connects tourists not only to Dallas and Fort Worth but also to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport with stops in Irving's Heritage District and west Irving (DFW). Travelers may change to a free shuttle bus service to DFW's Remote South parking at the CentrePort station. From there, transferring to any of the five terminals at DFW Airport is simple. Each location has a shuttle that leaves every 15 minutes or so.
After arriving at your location in Dallas or Fort Worth, you may take advantage of each city's distinctive attractions and activities by switching to the DART rail/bus service or The T's transportation service.