Arlington sits between Fort Worth and Dallas at the center of the North Texas region. Whatever your mode of travel, you'll easily find your way around since we're at the crossroads of seven major interstate highways, three nearby airports, and two rail facilities, as well as being designated part of an autonomous vehicle proving grounds.

Ground Travel

Arlington On-Demand Service
The Arlington On-Demand service operates City wide in Arlington and makes connections to the CentrePort TRE station and two Trinity Metro bus routes in the Eastchase Parkway area of Fort Worth. Riders can book a shared ride using the Arlington Transportation smartphone application or dial-in phone number for fee that ranges from $3 to $5, depending on distance travelled. The service provides a personalized transportation option that has no fixed schedules, no fixed routes, and an infinite number of on-demand stops. For more information, please visit

RAPID Autonomous Vehicle Service
The City of Arlington’s RAPID service provides autonomous vehicle (AV) rides in Downtown Arlington and on the University of Texas at Arlington’s campus. The AVs, provided by May Mobility, are integrated with the On-Demand service, so you can book your ride using the Arlington Transportation smartphone application or dial-in phone number. This is one of the first on-demand AV services in the United States. For more information, please visit

Arlington Entertainment District Trolley
The Arlington Trolley is a complimentary seasonal service provided to paying hotel guests within the Arlington Entertainment District. If you're staying at a participating Trolley District hotel, ask about free trolley service to and from all major Arlington attractions: Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor, AT&T Stadium, Rangers Ballpark, shopping centers and the Convention Center. For more information about the trolley please visit

Handitran Special Transportation Needs
Handitran is a door-to-door, special transportation service for the elderly and persons with disabilities. Handitran mini-buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts to transport elderly and disabled persons to essential services, medical appointments, work, or any location within our service area. All persons with disabilities are eligible to apply for certification for Handitran ridership. The application and instructions are located on Handitran's web site. Please allow at least one week for application processing. Once certified, you will be able to schedule trips. Trips can be scheduled up to 14 days in advance. Please be aware that certification does not guarantee a trip. Handitran is a ride share, demand/response system with a limited service area. Handitran does not operate on Sundays. Service is provided anywhere within the Arlington City limits and 1.5 miles outside the City limits. Contracted taxicabs are also used to supplement the buses. Visit the Handitran web site.

Taxi Services

Yellow Cab Co.
Arlington/Fort Worth Area 817-426-6262
Dallas Area 214-426-6262

Cowboy Cab
Arlington/Fort Worth Area 817-428-0202
Dallas Area 214-428-0202

Fort Worth Trinity Metro
In Fort Worth, Trinity Metro provides public transportation services to meet the mobility needs of Tarrant County and the North Central Texas region. For more information call 817-215-8600 or visit

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)
For travel in the Dallas area, DART can get you around 13 cities (Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Plano, Richardson, Rowlett and University Park) with rail, bus, paratransit, HOV lanes and rideshare services. They also serve DFW International Airport and Fort Worth via the Trinity Railway Express. For more information, go to

Air Travel

Arlington is just 10 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the world's third busiest airport. Most Arlington hotels provide complimentary transportation to and from DFW Airport. Those flying into Dallas Love Field on Texas-based Southwest Airlines will find us a short 25 minutes away.

Whether it's corporate travel or flight operations, recreational flying, helicopter flights, testing, training, education or air cargo activity, the Arlington Municipal Airport can support your needs. Arlington Municipal Airport is a full-service general aviation reliever airport owned and operated by the City of Arlington. The airport is centrally located in South Arlington between Fort Worth and Dallas at 5000 S. Collins Street. For more information call 817-459-5570 or visit the Arlington Municipal Airport web site.

Travel by Rail

Amtrak / National Passenger Train Service
Amtrak travels to more than 500 cities and destinations on 22,000 miles of track. In Dallas/Fort Worth, daily service is provided by Amtrak's Heartland Flyer and Texas Eagle. For reservations or additional information, call 800-USA-RAIL or go to

Trinity Railway Express (TRE)
The TRE links downtown Fort Worth, downtown Dallas and DFW Airport. Scheduled train service is provided Monday through Saturday. No service is available on Sunday. Stations are located in Dallas, Irving, Fort Worth, Hurst, and Richland Hills. The nearest station to Arlington is about 10 minutes from the Entertainment District. Visit for more information.