Nestled deep in the heart of Texas, Irving is the backbone of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. What used to be only known for as the former home of the Cowboys, has since grown into its own pair of boots and taken off as a thriving business hub and center for culture and arts. It borders a number of local suburbs and gives easy access to sports, travel, and one of the fastest growing economies in the country.
It’s pretty easy to get around Irving if you have a car. Most people in Texas tend to commute or travel via automobile, and the natural sprawl that comes with a city like this lends itself to having your own set of wheels. Even if you don’t though there’s still options abound with the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system, a combination of buses and light rail that services the greater DFW area. It’s a reasonable fare at around $2 to get anywhere, and more and more people are using it as a viable means of transportation for an increasingly busy city.