Dallas-Fort Worth Transport
Dallas and Fort Worth are connected by Greyhound buses as well as by an express commuter train service. A car used to be the only way to see both cities, but recent improvements to the public transport system, especially in Dallas, have meant that it is now possible to get around the main downtown area, hotels and restaurants without one. In Dallas, though, a car is still more convenient as the city is very spread out, but Fort Worth is easily manageable without. Dallas is serviced by buses and a limited light railway system, and there is also an electric trolley bus, as well as the free McKinney Avenue Trolley. Fort Worth is serviced by a fairly extensive bus system as well as the Longhorn Trolley that travels between the major districts of interest to tourists. Taxis are available for hire in both.
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