Roadrunner Limousine – Dallas, Texas
Dallas Airports & Metro Chauffeured Transportation Service
Roadrunner Limousine is more than just a car or taxi service. We are a chauffeured transportation service company that delivers consistent and reliable service worldwide. Our convenient booking options, luxury fleet, and reliable, friendly chauffeurs will ensure a worry and hassle-free experience.
Our specialty is executive airport transportation service for corporate clients, with service to and from Dallas Love Field Airport or Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport and corporate jet air fields. We also provide transportation service in the metropolitan Dallas area and beyond for sightseeing and special events.
Roadrunner is a member in good standing of the National Limousine Association (NLA).
Instead of taking a cramped shuttle or taxi, book a smooth and relaxing luxury ride with Roadrunner Limousine.
Dallas, TX Airports We Serve:
- (DFW) Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport
- (DAL) Dallas Love Field Airport
World Class Customer Service
Making your reservation is a breeze! Book online; try our simple, easy-to-use mobile app; or call 323-419-0470. We will email a reservation confirmation and receipt for your convenience. Enjoy additional services by creating an online account to save your personal preferences, monitor your reservation history, and print receipts.
Roadrunner’s professional and experienced chauffeurs have exemplary driving records and are required to pass FBI criminal background checks. Our friendly drivers will cater to your every need. Prompt pickup and drop-off are guaranteed as it is our policy to arrive ten minutes prior to the scheduled pickup time.
If you have questions, our friendly and knowledgeable customer service staff is available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week at 619-202-0781.
Our Fleet: Comfortable, Clean, Well-Maintained Vehicles
Whether you are a traveling couple, single executive, or a large group, Roadrunner has the right vehicle for you. Our fleet includes sedans, town cars, limousines, SUVs, passenger vans, and even motor coaches. The late-model vehicles are clean, comfortable, and equipped with GPS navigation systems. All are stocked with complimentary bottled water and many have wi-fi.
Rates: Affordable Pricing for Quality Service
Roadrunner offers affordable flat rates to/from Dallas Love Field Airport or Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport. Our town car rates are often less than taxis charge for the same service. You can travel to the airport in comfort and style in any one of our luxury vehicles. We also offer hourly rates for transportation within the metro Dallas area and beyond.
Corporate Accounts: Are You a Traveling Executive?
Roadrunner Limousine provides exceptional corporate account services. We pride ourselves on working effectively with executive travel coordinators to make everyone’s job easier. Our state-of-the-art online booking /account management system and highly trained staff create and execute sophisticated travel plans for busy executives and corporate groups.
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First Time Visiting Dallas, Texas?
The area that is now Dallas was first inhabited by the Caddo people before Texas was claimed as part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain in the 18th century. Spanish ruled the area until 1821, when Mexico won independence from Spain resulting in the area becoming part of the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas. It was in 1836, that the Republic of Texas became an independent nation, breaking off from Mexico. In 1841 John Neely Bryan created a settlement near a river and he called that village Dallas. Dallas County was established in 1846, a year after The Republic of Texas was annexed by the United States.
Dallas is the ninth-largest city in the U.S. and the third-largest city in the state of Texas, as well as the county seat of Dallas County. The population was 1,197,816 in 2010, and the city is the biggest economic center of a region of 12 counties. The economy consists mainly of commerce, banking, telecommunications, computer technology, healthcare and medical research, energy, transportation and logistics. The city is in the top five for concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the country, even without direct link to the sea. Dallas’ prominence comes historically from being an epicenter for the oil and cotton industries, and its position along important railroad lines.
Dallas contains elevations ranging from 450 to 550 feet, mostly flat, and is too the west of the limestone escarpment called the Austin Chalk Formation. Dallas was founded along the Trinity River at an area called “white rock crossing”, because it was easier for wagons to cross the river there before they had ferries or bridges. The river is not practically navigable, but is the main waterway through the city, with 50 foot tall earthen levees on both sides to protect the city from frequent floods. Recently, the river has basically been just a drainage ditch within a floodplain for a few miles north and south of downtown Dallas, since being rerouted in the late 1920s. The public’s demand for better aesthetics and for recreational use of the river has brought about the Trinity River Project, begun in 2000 and scheduled for completion in the 2010s, which hopes to add man-made lakes, park facilities, trails, and transportation upgrades.
QUALITY OF LIFE
Downtown Dallas has four downtown areas that have recently undergone improvements to upgrade the heart of the city, which are Victory Park, the Trinity River, the Arts District, and the Convention center corridor. Victory Park is a Brownfield reclamation project that has been one of the country’s most successful. Some features are the American Airlines Center, high-rise hotels, residential towers and office buildings, the 28 story “Cirque” residential tower, and the 29 story “The House” residential tower. The Arts District, one of the world’s largest, has a 2,300 seat opera house, theatres, residential space, parks, retail, and a 42 story residential tower known as Museum Tower. The Downtown Central Business District will be getting a new convention center hotel in 2011, because they had been one of a few major cities without one.
Make a Reservation Today
- Call – 866.798.7694
- Book a Reservation Online