The Southern Dallas County inland port region encompasses 7,500 acres and 5 cities. The inland port is located at the hub of the nation’s best logistics and transportation infrastructure. Home to over 30,000 jobs and hundreds of employers, the Southern Dallas County Inland Port is a premier job destination
- Direct access to Interstate Highways 20, 35E, and 45
- Large acreage sites for manufacturing and distribution
- Heavy redundant electricity
- Lancaster Airport (306 acres, general aviation)
- 360-acre Union Pacific Dallas Intermodal Terminal providing access to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
- Foreign Trade Zone (No. 039) and Triple
- Freeport availability
- More than 25M sq. ft. of occupied or built-to-suit warehouse, industrial, distribution, and manufacturing space; announced or built space totals 36M sq. ft. and over 8,000 acre
The Southern Dallas Inland Port Transportation Management Association is a 501-C6 membership organization formed in 2019 to collectively address transportation issues within the Southern Dallas County Inland Port.
- New Service was launched in 2020 that provides on-deman shared rise service to areas outside of the DART Service Area and within the Inland Port. IPTMA GoLink operates from 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Service is operated by STAR Transit and supplemented by UberPool.
SAA Real Estate and its development partner, Seefried Industrial Properties, have announced they are near completion of an industrial warehouse development in Dallas Fort Worth that will be among the …
The Final Report focuses on the strategic implementation of transit and mobility services in the southern Dallas County communities of Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville, Lancaster, and the Southern Dallas Inland …
$12 million will go toward building The Loop’s Trinity Forest Spine Trail South Phase; $8.218 million will enhance mobility within the Southern Dallas County Inland Port, including the purchase of …