Location & Transportation Information
Prime Location in the Metroplex
Cedar Hill is...
- 20 minutes southwest of downtown Dallas
- 40 minutes from downtown Fort Worth
Major thoroughfares include:
- IH-20: Shreveport is 3 hours to the east; El Paso is 10 hours to the west
- IH-35E: Oklahoma City is 4 hours to the north; Austin is 3.5 hours to the south
- IH-45: Houston is 4 hours to the south US-287 provides easy access to IH-35E to the south
- US 67 intersects IH-35W to the south
- FM 1382 in Cedar Hill intersects IH-20
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
30 Minutes from Cedar Hill
DFW Airport, Arlington, Texas
Dallas Love Field (DAL)
25 Minutes from Cedar Hill
808 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, Texas
Dallas Executive Airport (RBD)
10 Minutes from Cedar Hill
5303 Challenger, Dallas, Texas
Arlington Municipal Airport (GKY)
5000 South Collins Street, Arlington, Texas
Lancaster Municipal Airport (LNC)
730 Ferris, Road, Lancaster, Texas
Midway Regional Airport (JWY)
131 Airport Drive, Midlothian, Texas
Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railway serves industrial areas in Cedar Hill, with connection to the Union Pacific Intermodal Center in Wilmer, TX, approximately 16 miles east of Cedar Hill.
Cedar Hill is a partner with the International Inland Port of Dallas (IIPOD), which is located approximately 20 minutes away.The IIPOD is a public-private partnership, serving as a third phase of regional intermodal development (building off of DFW Airport and AllianceTexas). It is a key driver in making Dallas the nation’s premier logistics and distribution center. IIPOD is a catalyst for Southern Sector investment, job growth and development of sustainable communities, with a goal of increasing the city-wide tax base.
Located in Southern Dallas County, the entire project’s impact area covers 234,000 acres and encompasses ten municipalities. The project takes advantage of the region’s superior transportation infrastructure, which includes five interstate highways and two Class I railroads (Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe), and is focused at the confluence of Interstates 35, 45, 20 and the future Loop 9.
As envisioned, when completed, the project will serve as a prominent inland port, with enhanced security (through technology) to facilitate the customs process and expanded Foreign Trade Zone acreage. The total project is estimated to take 30 plus years to complete.
For more information visit www.iipod-texas.org.