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SEAALL / SWALL Joint Annual Meeting 2016: Transportation

The 2016 Annual Meeting will be a joint SEAALL/SWALL conference on April 14-16 in Dallas,TX.

Dallas Love Field Airport

Dallas Love Field 

6 Miles from conference venue

Airlines:

Southwest

Delta

Virgin America 

 

Car Rental: 

Hertz
Avis
Budget
Dollar
Enterprise
National
Alamo
Thrifty
ACE

 

Taxi Cab Service:

Terminal 2 (all airlines) 
Taxi Cab service is provided on the lower level of the terminal.

Estimated Taxi Fare to Dallas Marriott City Center $30.00 (one way)

Public Transportation: 

The city's public transportation is provided by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

Create personalized trip plans for DART buses abd DART Rail with DART Trip Planner or Google Transit 

 

D-Link Bus

D-Link

The FREE way to destinations in downtown Dallas and historic Oak Cliff!

D-Link is a special service from DART that lets you explore the districts of downtown Dallas and historic Oak Cliff. It's your link to arts, fun, culture and dining.

You'll find eclectic neighborhoods such as the Bishop Arts District and The Cedars, sleek developments such as Victory Park and Uptown and areas with a little something for everyone such as the Main Street District and the West End Historic District.

D-Link is the convenient and hassle-free way to experience it all. Hop aboard and discover the things that make Dallas so uniquely Dallas.

Buses run every 15 minutes, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday

Service provided by DART, Downtown Dallas, Inc. and the City of Dallas.

Route Map

Route Map PDF

Schedules:

Monday through Saturday to Convention Center Station and Cedars Station

Monday through Saturday to Bishop Arts District

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport

19 Miles from conference venue

Airlines:

American Airlines

Delta

United 

Spirit

And More... 

 

Car Rental: 

Advantage 

Alamo

Avis

Budget

Dollar

Enterprise

E-Z Rent-A-Car

Hertz

National

Sixt Rent-A-Car

Thrifty

 

Taxi Cab Service:

Taxi service is available on the upper level of Terminals A, B, C and E, and on the lower level of Terminal D.

An Airport Guest Assistant will be available at the taxi stands between 8:00 AM and midnight. Between midnight and 8:00 AM, dial 972 574 5878 to request a taxi.

Estimated taxi fare to Dallas Marriott City Center $60 (one way)

Approximate Fares and additional information can be found here.

Public Transportation: 

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) rail service provides a convenient gateway for travelers to get to famous landmarks in the city of Dallas as well as another way to arrive to DFW International Airport.

Create personalized trip plans for DART buses abd DART Rail with DART Trip Planner or Google Transit 

Additional information can be found here.

Lyft

LYFT

How to use Lyft

Riders must download the Lyft app to their iOS or Android-based phone, sign up, and enter a valid phone number and credit card. When a passenger wants a ride, he or she opens the app and requests a ride from a nearby driver. Once confirmed, the app shows the driver's name, their ratings by past passengers, and photos of the driver and their car. In March 2015, Lyft announced the ability for drivers and passengers to add personal information to their profiles about their hometown, music preferences and other details to encourage drivers and passengers to connect during the ride.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) gets you around Dallas and 12 surrounding cities with modern public transit services and customer facilities tailored to make your trip fast, comfortable and economical.


Create personalized trip plans for DART buses abd DART Rail with DART Trip Planner or Google Transit 

DART Fares

DART Schedules 

UBER

What is Uber?

To passengers, Uber is essentially synonymous with taxis, and to drivers, it’s basically a referral service. The Android, iOS and Windows Phone app connects riders with drivers using their phone’s GPS capabilities, letting both parties know one another’s location and removing the question of when the ride will actually arrive. In addition, the tech company also processes all payments involved, charging the passenger’s credit card, taking a cut for itself (which ranges from 5% to 20%), and direct depositing the remaining money into the driver’s account, all in the background and completely cashless.

Depending on availability, Uber also offers several different levels of service. The service’s lowest-cost option, UberX, runs in everyday cars like the Toyota Prius. Uber Black is the company’s original service, costing a bit more but running in high-end town cars with professional drivers. Uber SUV is precisely what it sounds like, charging a premium for a larger vehicle. Uber LUX is the top-of-the-line option, operating in posh rides like Porsche Panameras and BMW 7 series sedans.

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