Dallas Fort Worth Airport Transportation

Trinity Railway Express connects Dallas and Fort Worth at the CentrePort/DFW Airport Station. To catch the TRE, take a taxi, a DART bus or rail line to Dallas’ Union Station. The DART Red Line and Blue Line trains stop at Union Station. The Orange and Green lines stop at Victory Station, Tre’s 2nd outbound stop. There are also TRE stations between Victory and the airport station. DART Red Line has stations from Parking Road to Westmoreland. Blue Line travels from downtown Garland Station to Ledbetter Station. Green line travels from North Carrollton/Frankford to Buckner Station. Orange line travels from Irving Convention Center Station to Parker Road Station.

From Fort Worth, take a bus operated by the Fort Worth Transportation Authority. The T has many routes including a free zone in the Central Business District. Trinity Railway Express originates from the historic Texas and Pacific Station. Parking is available at 200 W. Vickery, south of the building. Bus routes 4 and 6 stop at the Vickery Bus Transfer Center. Many buses stop at the downtown Intermodal Transportation Center, the TRE’s second stop. The outbound TRE also stops at Richland Hills and Hurst/Bell.

At the CentrePort/DFW Airport Station, catch a free Remote South bus to the airport. For your convenience, the Remote South bus stops on the airport grounds. From there you can catch a bus to the terminal that you need. Unfortunately the TRE does not run on Sundays.

To catch an express bus to the airport from Fort Worth, you can take the Yellow Checker Transporter which leaves from a central park-and-ride location. In Dallas, at the orange line Las Colinas Urban Center Station, catch the 310 bus weekdays to the airport. On the weekends, take the green line to Southwestern Medical District/Parkland Station and catch Bus 408 to the airport. Drivers generally use I-635, state 114 or state 183. Parking is available at many lots and garages.