Downtown Dallas track improvements will affect weekend DART rail travel beginning March 30, 2019 through early September, 2019. Plan ahead.
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DART Light Rail
Fair Park visitors can ride the DART Rail Green Line to two stations:
Fair Park Station
Located on Parry Avenue at the entrance to the fairgrounds.
MLK, Jr. Station
Located south of R.B. Cullum Blvd. Convenient to the MLK fairground entrance (Gate 6) and the Cotton Bowl Stadium.
Several DART bus routes lead to the gates of Fair Park. Many more lead to the nearby J.B. Jackson, Jr. Transit Center.
DART buses have bike racks. Riders can carry their bikes onboard buses provided the bicycles are clean and there is room on the bus. Bicycles that are clean are also permitted on DART light rail and on Trinity Railway Express vehicles when space is available.
Commuter Rail (Trinity River Express – TRE)
On every day but Sunday, the Trinity River Express offers commuter rail service between Fort Worth and Dallas. Its regular stops include DFW Airport, the Dallas Medical Center, Victory Station and Union Station.
Get information about the TRE.
The paved Santa Fe Trail runs from the northern edge of Fair Park to White Rock Lake and points north. Learn more about all of Dallas' dedicated bike trails at BikeDFW.
Other cycling routes to Fair Park would be by sidewalk and street connections. On-street routes to Fair Park are:
From the NORTH:
Travel south on Peak St., Haskell Ave. or Lindsay Ave. to Parry Ave. Then follow Parry Ave. south to Fair Park.
From the EAST:
Travel west on Haskell Ave. to Parry Ave. Then, follow Parry Ave. south to Fair Park.
From the SOUTH:
Travel north on Scyene Rd. or Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Robert C. Cullum Blvd., which follows the southern side of Fair Park. Enter a lot from Cullum Blvd.
From the WEST:
Travel east on Canton St. to Second Ave. Then, follow Second Ave. east to Fair Park.
Tell you Uber driver, LYFT driver, or Yellow Cab driver to take you to or pick you up at 3601 Parry Ave. in front of Craft and Growler, across the street from Fair Park’s main entrance on Parry.