NOTE: There are many events in the Fort Worth area the weekend of the Summit (including the Texas Motor Speedway north of the city and planned highway construction). Be sure to allow extra travel time in your travel plans to the TCU campus on April 9.
Flying and transportation
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is 25 miles from TCU. Shuttle, train, taxicab and car rental services are available at the terminal.
Love Field is 35 miles from TCU. Shuttle, taxicab and car rental services are available at the terminal.
Super Shuttle is available to or from the D/FW Airport. They may be reached by calling 800-BLUE-VAN or 817-329-2000. No reservations are required from the airport, however, for trips to the airport, reservations are necessary. Reservations from the airport can be made at the Super Shuttle phone in the terminal. Shuttles depart every 30 minutes (approximately) from D/FW Airport. Return arrangements must be made two hours prior to a desired pick-up time.
The Trinity Rail Express links the D/FW Airport with Fort Worth's T&P Station. For more information, click here.
Taxicab fare from downtown Fort Worth to the campus is about $10. Allow 45 minutes for the trip from D/FW Airport to TCU. The fare is approximately $30 one way.
Driving to TCU
TCU is located four miles southwest of downtown Fort Worth on University Drive. The address for the Mary Wright Admission Center is:
3301 Bellaire Drive North
Fort Worth, Texas 76129
From the D/FW Airport, follow the South airport exit. Take 360 South to Arlington. From 360 follow signs to I-30 West to Fort Worth. Travel through to Fort Worth (past Six Flags and the Ballpark). Travel through downtown and exit University Drive South. TCU is 2 miles from the Interstate.
From the north or south, take I-35 West to I-30 West. Travel through downtown and exit University Drive South. TCU is 2 miles from the Interstate.
From the west or east, exit I-30 to University Drive South. The campus is about 2 miles from the Interstate.
Construction Alert: City of Fort Worth
Preliminary construction work on the Southwest Parkway, an 8.7-mile, six-lane tollway that will extend from Fort Worth’s Central Business District to southwest Fort Worth, is under way. This construction affects parts of Vickery, Rosedale, and Hulen streets. Please refer to this flier when making travel arrangements to determine whether you need to plan an alternate route.