Easy to get to from anywhere in Texas, the United States or even the World, the Northeast Tarrant area is central to everything. Only 20 miles from Dallas/Ft Worth Airport, the fourth busiest airport in the world, and 15 miles from Alliance Airport, a purely industrial airport developed jointly by the city of Ft Worth, the FAA and Hillwood Development - proximity to both these airports offers fantastic competitive transportation advantages for the area.
Further bolstering the transportation advantages of the area is the current North Tarrant Express project, a cooperative Texas Department of Transportation and multi-city development that expands the critical Northeast Tarrant area corridor extending from I-35 West in Ft Worth to DFW Airport. Set for completion in 2015, this multi-billion dollar undertaking will provide for anticipated traffic growth in one of the country’s fastest developing regions and adds to the impressive list of economic opportunities in the area.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority, popularly known as The T, is the operator of the bus system in the Fort Worth area and Richland Hills. The T also partners with DART of Dallas through the Trinity Railway Express (TRE), which offers commuter rail service from Richland Hills to downtown Fort Worth, DFW Airport and downtown Dallas.