Getting around Irving without a car is a breeze. Ample public transit, ride-share and bike-share services, and classic taxi options all make up the abundant Irving transportation options at your fingertips. Of course, you could always take the more non-traditional approach and hop on a gondola and breeze through the Mandalay Canals.


Mass Transit

Light Rail & Bus

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) provides both bus and light rail service in and around Irving. To travel easily between Las Colinas, the Irving Convention Center, University of Dallas, and more, jump on the DART Rail Orange Line at the Las Colinas Urban Center Station, located near the shores of Lake Carolyn. DART’s dozens of bus routes run all through Irving, so it’s easy to jump on and off anywhere it’s convenient.


If you’re in Las Colinas, feel free to take advantage of the Las Colinas Area Personal Transit System (APT). This user-friendly people-mover will take you to many popular destinations in Las Colinas. And what’s more, when you arrive at the Las Colinas Urban Center Station you can easily change to the DART Rail Orange Line.


Ride-Sharing Services and Taxis

Uber & Lyft

Popular ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft both operate in Irving and the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, allowing you to get a ride anywhere with just a couple of taps on your phone. User-friendly and competitively priced, ride-sharing offers you flexibility and a low-hassle ride experience.


Other taxi services in and around Irving include companies like Irving Taxi Cab and Irving Cab. Clean and efficient, Irving taxis are ready and waiting to whisk you from the airport or zip you from Valley Ranch to Las Colinas. With new online booking capabilities, the process of hopping into a traditional yellow cab is smoother than ever.


Alternative Modes

Getting around Irving on bike or scooter is an excellent way to take in the city’s sights. 

Head over to beautiful Campion Trails, a 22-mile master-planned greenbelt, rent a VBike at an affordable rate, and bike along the Trinity River. Take some time to stop at California Crossing Park for a picnic before continuing your journey. Head over to Las Colinas to bike around Lake Carolyn and the Mandalay Canals, and make sure to stop and see the storied Mustangs of Las Colinas sculptures along the way. When you’re finished, simply drop the bike off at another docking station.

If you’re in the Las Colinas Entertainment District, another way to transport by bike is to hail a pedicab. You’ll find friendly drivers from Pedicab Prime throughout the area ready to take you from the convention center to the Mandalay Canals, from DART stations to hotels, and everywhere in between. These rickshaw bicycles get your where you need to go while you sit back and enjoy the city.

To explore the city at a slightly faster clip, rent a shareable electric scooter from Bird or Lime. Both scooter-sharing companies are based in Dallas, but the scooters can also be found in Irving. Simply find a scooter, download the associated app, and you’ll be on your way to scooting all over Irving.