The DFW light rail is the DART. DART is the Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail service that transports people across Dallas. It is not only convenient to move around the city, but also from the airport to the city and back. You can hop on and off the train at your convenient spots in the city. It is ideal for touring D-Town and seeing every spot you came here to see.,
A ticket is required in order to board the train. Tickets can be bought at kiosks, ticket vending machines, and the application.
The available tickets include:
- Day pass
- AM/PM pass
- Midday pass
- Single ride pass
- 31-day pass
The prices range from local, regional, and reduced. There are more options for tickets, and more information on updated price ranges that can be found here.
The first train of the day arrives at 3:50 am and leaves at 4:14 am, although the schedule is subject to change and often does differ from a weekday to a weekend. Check out the weekday schedule here. For the weekend schedule, press here.
DART from DFW Airport to the city map
(Includes Addison, Carrollton, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Irving, Plano, DFW Airport)
When you’re trying to take the DART from the DFW Airport to the city, no matter which terminal you are at, take the free shuttle service that transfers flyers across the city. The shuttle bus will take you to the DFW Airport Station. The DART can be picked up from the Airport Station.
How to get to DFW Airport on DART?
If you’re wondering how to get to DFW Airport on DART, you can do so by boarding the DART from Downtown Dallas at the Parker Road Station that takes you to the Airport Station.
DART rail line schedule
If you’re in the city and hoping to get a ticket on the DART, go to the nearest kiosk or a ticketing vending machine. For even more convenience, you can access the GoPass phone application where you can find details and routes and schedules, and can even book yourself a pass through the application. The same information can be found on the website. Click here to access the online site.
For the full map of the routes, press here. If you have more questions, you can contact the DART customer services at this link.