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HIGHWAY SYSTEMS

Located midway between Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving provides easy access to freeways traveling north, south, east and west across the region.  The city itself is bordered by four major highways.

I-635 (LBJ Freeway) travels east/west along Irving's northern border, providing access to Dallas to the east and DFW Airport to the west

SH-114 (John W. Carpenter Freeway) travels east/west through north Irving, providing easy access to both I-35E (Stemmons Freeway) and also to northwest Fort Worth.

SH-183 (Airport Freeway) travels east/west through central Irving, providing access east to I-35E to Dallas and the mid-cities and north Fort Worth to the west.

Loop 12 (Walton Walker Boulevard) travels north/south on Irving's eastern border, merging with northbound I-35E just past Irving's northern border.

SH-360 travels north/south through eastern Arlington, just west of Irving. It is easily accessible from SH-183 and travels south to I-30 (Tom Landry Freeway) and I-20 (Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway).

SH-161 (President George Bush Turnpike) provides quick access from SH-183 north to SH-114 and I-635 and south to Arlington on I-30