A sustainable visit to Dallas starts at DFW Airport, first to receive a 4+ level Carbon Accreditation program by Airports Council International. Visitors can continue their journey through Dallas aboard the historical M-Line Trolley and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system.
At the heart of Dallas’ sustainability efforts is the Trinity River, established to protect and restore America’s rivers, shorelines, and waterways, and the DFW Discovery Trail, a 7,303-mile web of interconnected bike paths connecting Dallas to Fort Worth. Visitors can experience the Trinity Skyline Trail and enjoy the local wildlife, or have a relaxing bike ride along White Rock Lake.
A sustainable visit to Dallas must include Klyde Warren Park, a 5.2-acre urban oasis with 37 native plant species and attractions like the George W. Bush Presidential Library, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science and the Dallas Audubon Center !
Downtown Dallas is easy to explore on foot, bike or segway! Best DFW Tours’ self-guided walking JFK Tour, WalkSTEAM’s self-guided walking Dallas Arts District tour, InCity Wheels’ Bicycle tour through Downtown, the Downton tours by Segway Nation or even a Party Bike ride through Deep Ellum while you enjoy local beer and street art, will help you keep your emissions down!