Arlington Transportation

All the major American carriers, and many international ones as well, provide scheduled passenger service into the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, located about 12 miles north of the city on Hwy. 360. DFW Airport is one of the biggest and most impressive airports in the nation. As a major hub, DFW airport serves many major and regional air carriers. Ground Transportation Information boards to Dallas, Fort Worth and area hotels are located near baggage claim areas inside all airport terminals. Taxicab service is available at designated areas along upper-level curbside exits. Other ground transportation is available at the lower levels. Ground transportation between the Airport and metroplex area destinations are provided by numerous companies.

Well served my major highways, if you are coming from Texas or an adjoining state, you will more than likely arrive via a major interstate highway. East/West Interstate 20 is located directly south of town. North/South Interstate 35, which splits to an east (35E) and west (35W) highway near Waco, are within a few miles of the city.

The Union Pacific Railroad now owns and operates the Texas and Pacific (later Missouri Pacific) route though Arlington.

Arlington has a Greyhound bus terminal located in the center of town.

Arlington is the largest city in the United States that is not served by a comprehensive public transportation system. Handitran, however, serves senior citizens and the disabled.

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit authority (or DART) is a transit agency based in Dallas, Texas (USA) that operates buses, light rail (including an underground station), commuter rail, and HOV lanes in Dallas and 12 of its suburbs. It is the largest light rail operator in the state of Texas.