Getting To, From and Around

 Downtown Fort Worth, Texas

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Travel by Plane

Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport (DFW): The fourth-busiest airport in the nation, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is only 17.5 miles from downtown Fort Worth. From this airport, you can reach any major city in the U.S. in less than four hours. Learn more about DFW Airport.

Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL): Located 45 minutes east of Fort Worth near downtown Dallas, Love Field is a popular choice for commercial aviation. The airport is served by Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Delta, and SeaPort Airlines. Learn more about DAL airport.

Information for international travelers.

Travel by TRAIN or BUS

Trinity Railway Express (TRE): The TRE rail service provides convenient rail transportation between Fort Worth and Dallas and transfer access to DFW International Airport. In downtown Fort Worth, hop aboard at either the historic T&P Station or the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC).

Book your TRE train travel.

Fort Worth Transportation Authority (THE T): Known locally as The T, it offers rides all over Fort Worth, including routes to popular attractions like the Stockyards National Historic District, the Fort Worth Cultural District and downtown’s Sundance Square. Hop on Molly the Trolley, the downtown get-around.

Travel by Car 

Need to rent a vehicle during your stay? You’ll find plenty of options at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, in downtown Fort Worth and throughout the city.

The rental car facility at DFW Airport is serviced by 10 companies, including Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Avis, Budget and Hertz. It’s located just south of the airport’s south toll plaza. You can quickly catch a ride to this facility from any terminal on a rental car bus. Book your car rental. 

Driving Directions: Do all roads lead to Fort Worth? Not exactly – but the city is easily accessible from major highways. If you’re driving, just follow these simple directions.

Travel by TAXI

Hop in a cab and get where you’re going in a hurry.

Taxi cab costs: The flat rate from DFW International Airport to downtown Fort Worth is $51 one way (including the rate, DFW Airport exit and fuel surcharge). Taxis are the most popular mode of transportation to downtown Fort Worth from DFW Airport. Check with the cab companies listed below for approximate costs.

Book your taxi service.  

Travel by Trolley

Molly the Trolley is a vintage-style trolley that offers quick and convenient travel throughout the downtown area.

The Downtown Get Around. This route runs between the Fort Worth Convention Center and Sundance Square, and makes stops near downtown hotels, landmarks, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues. Molly runs every 10-15 minutes, 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Molly also stops at FWTA's Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC), where you can access the commuter rail on the TRE and Amtrak, city and state bus service, and rental cars.

Learn more at http://www.fwta.org/fares.