Dallas, Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex — it’s the biggest landlocked region in the US. Things are big here, as you’d expect from Texas. There’s blues and BBQ here, but there’s also art at the Dallas Museum of Art, history at the African American Museum, and all kinds of culture — dance, theater, and live music.
Dallas is improving its transit with a light rail line that serves downtown and Oak Lawn, two of the more walkable districts. The Trinity Railway Express connects Fort Worth with Dallas’ DART light rail system at Union Station, with a stop near DFW, the international airport.
Most errands require a car.
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|3||City Center District||90||84||61|
|4||Farmers Market District||82||77||57|
|10||Love Field Area||51||54||47|
|14||South Boulevard/Park Row Historic||44||46||42|
|19||Five Mile Creek||39||45||33|
There are about 10,446 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Dallas.
People in Dallas can walk to an average of 0.9 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.
A few nearby public transportation options. Find Dallas apartments for rent near public transit.
Dallas has some public transportation and about 1 cable car, 111 bus, 1 rail and 4 light rail lines.
The map above shows how far you can travel in 30 minutes from Dallas on public transit.
Dallas has about 27 car shares from RelayRides and Zipcar.
Minimal bike infrastructure.
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