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Dallas is the third-largest city in Texas with just over 1.3 million people calling it home. Located in North Texas, it was initially developed following the construction of major rail lines through the area. The development of the Interstate Highway System went on to reinforce Dallas’s position as a transportation hub, with four arterial interstate highways converging in the city.
Dallas has a diverse economy that includes the IT, defense, financial services, transportation, and telecommunications industries. It’s home to nine Fortune 500 companies and over 40 colleges and universities.
The city’s population is made up of a diverse range of religious and ethnic backgrounds and includes one of the largest LGBTQ+ communities in the United States.
Dallas is a bustling hub that attracts visitors from all over the world. With one of the largest arts districts in the country, there’s no shortage of culture to be had in this major city. Tourists enjoy fine dining, arts, culture, and nightlife while mingling with friendly locals and experiencing the best of U.S. hospitality.
You can get to Dallas by car. Dallas is a highway epicenter with four interstate highways converging there. Driving in Dallas can be daunting due to its massive number of complex roads so you’ll want to be a confident driver when tackling the city. Alternatively, you can get there by plane. Dallas has two major airports: Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport (DFW) and Dallas Love (DAL). Most international and domestic airlines travel through Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport however the biggest low-cost carrier, Southwest, uses Dallas Love. Dallas also has an Amtrak station that has connections to DART light rail and Trinity Railway Express commuter trains to Fort Worth.
Downtown Dallas has numerous on-street parking meters. They’re enforced Monday through Sunday, 7 am to 6 pm with a maximum stay of 2 to 4 hours. The rates will vary depending on your location but average about $2 per hour.
Dallas is also host to a number of dedicated parking garages. Each one varies in price with the more expensive lots clustered around major attractions and the city center.