Toll Road Destinations

 Use Your TollTag to Discover Year-Round Destinations

The NTTA’s TollTag is your compass, guiding you to an array of sports, shopping, adventures and fun throughout Dallas-Fort Worth
 
You can go fish at Lake Ray Hubbard via the eastern extension of the President George Bush Turnpike. Or, you can go shopping at the world famous Galleria by way of the Dallas North Tollway. Or you can go cheer for the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys via the Bush Turnpike.  Whether it’s a first pitch, first in line, or a day at the lake, an NTTA roadway will take you there.
 
The President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension (State Highway 161), which opened in 2012, leads you to a world of fun and excitement along Interstate 30.  If you are headed to the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington or to see the Dallas Cowboys at the AT&T Stadium, the Western Extension will take you to I-30, just minutes from the sports venues’ exits. You’ll get there quicker than a homerun reaches the stands! The Western Extension also leads you to Hurricane Harbor, where you can beat the heat with a little water fun, and to Six Flags Over Texas, where you can ride Mr. Freeze: Reverse Blast!
 
During the holiday season, take the Bush Turnpike east to Firewheel Town Center at the State Highway 78 exit in Garland for some festive holiday fun.
 
The Dallas North Tollway has its own prime destinations and can take you straight to various sports and entertainment venues around town. Travel the Tollway north and exit Gaylord Parkway to Dr. Pepper Ballpark, home of the Frisco Roughriders and future stars of the Texas Rangers.  Is soccer your sport of choice?  Fans of the world’s most popular sport can cruise along the Tollway to the Main Street exit in Frisco to cheer on hometown favorite FC Dallas.  The Tollway’s smooth, easy flow will have you shouting “GOAL!” in no time.  Across the street from Toyota Stadium, head over to Main Event or Frisco Square to enjoy some billiards, great restaurants and shopping. Looking for some nightlife, fine dining and shopping? Plano’s Shops at Legacy might be an option, located east of the Dallas North Tollway and Legacy Drive. Enjoy bustling night life, an abundance of restaurants, Angelika Theatre and lots of shopping all at once.  More shopping awaits you at the Shops at Willow Bend – just exit the Tollway at Plano Parkway.
 
Cool off from the hot summer sun or take in the crisp fall weather with walk with a trip to Lewisville Lake or Lake Ray Hubbard. The President George Bush Turnpike, Sam Rayburn Tollway and Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge all are options to get you to the lake.
 
If you’re flying out of town for either a summer vacation or winter holiday fun, the NTTA has you covered at the airports. Avoid the construction delays around DFW Airport’s north entrance – and possibly missing your flight -- by taking Bush Turnpike to DFW Airport’s south entrance on State Highway 183.  If you’re headed to Dallas Love Field Airport, the Dallas North Tollway to Mockingbird Lane is a direct route to happy flying. Plus, your TollTag provides the easiest payment option for pass-through and parking at either airport. to happy flying. Plus, your TollTag provides the easiest payment option for pass-through and parking at either airport.
 
Best of all, a TollTag saves you time and money on getting to all these destinations, leaving you with more cash for summer fun. You can have up to three TollTags on a single account at no extra charge.  To add or open an account, visit NTTA’s Online Customer Service Center today.  

 


Dallas North Tollway Delivers Downtown Dallas for its Drivers

Just hop on the Tollway and head south to one of the fastest growing arts and entertainment communities in the country. Here’s a list of just some of the exciting areas and venues for you to explore.
 
The Perot Museum of Nature & Science - www.perotmuseum.org - 2201 N.
Field St.
The newest addition to downtown Dallas where families can learn together and individuals can take a break from their daily routines to ponder the vast mysteries of science.
 
Klyde Warren Park - www.klydewarrenpark.org - 2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
A beautiful 5.2-acre deck park of urban green space built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Bring your dog and enjoy free activities aplenty!
 
Dallas Arts District - www.thedallasartsdistrict.org
The Dallas Arts District is rapidly growing into one of the most prominent in the country. Spanning a broad section of the northeast corner of downtown Dallas, more than a dozen venues comprise the DAD, and this number is growing. The following is a list of some featured venues. Go to the website above for a complete listing of what the area has to offer.
  • Dallas Museum of Art - 1717 N. Harwood St.
  • Nasher Sculpture Center - 2001 Flora St.
  • Meyerson Symphony Center - 1500 Marilla St.
  • Dallas City Performance Hall - 1719 Routh St.
  • AT&T Performing Arts Center - 2100 Ross Ave.
  • Winspear Opera House – 2403 Flora St.
  • Wylie Theater - 2100 Ross Ave.
  • Dallas Black Dance Theatre - 2700 Flora St. Crow Asian Art Gallery - 2010 Flora St.
  • Crow Asian Art Gallery - 2010 Flora St.
The Perot Museum of Nature & Science - www.perotmuseum.org
The newest addition to downtown Dallas where families can learn together and individuals can take a break from their daily routines to ponder the vast mysteries of science.
 
Victory Park - www.victorypark.com
Another gem in the downtown Dallas area, this area hosts the plaza buildings that boast the giant big screens that greet you as you enter the American Airlines Center for a Dallas Mavericks game or the biggest concerts in town. There are plenty of posh restaurants and hotels like the W Dallas - Victory Hotel.
 
The historic West End offers visitors a window into Dallas’ past with beautifully preserved and masterfully renovated historical buildings. As Dallas’ oldest entertainment area, the West End is still a premier Dallas destination for special events.
 
In the manner of the best urban neighborhoods, Uptown revels in a unique mix of lifestyle, luxury, amenities and conveniences unlike any other part of Dallas. Ride the neighborhood trolley to one of more than 100 restaurants that set the standard for Dallas dining. A large concentration of galleries, retail and antiques also pepper the area.
 
Dallas Design District - www.dallasdesigndistrict.net
Located near the Dallas North Tollway and Oak Lawn Avenue, the Dallas Design District has come from a “to the trade only” warehouse district to a hip, blossoming community that attracts life and creativity.  The area features a plethora of amazing restaurants, eye popping art galleries, home décor and design shopping and unique entertainment opportunities.
 
Downtown Dallas has never been more exciting than right now, and your TollTag is your passport to get there!