Visitors to the Dallas metropolitan area have access to major international and national airports, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field, as well as regional and private jet facilities such as Addison Airport. Dallas also claims the world's largest urban elevated heliport in the Central Business District. Located on the southern end of the Dallas Convention Center, the heliport can accommodate multiple helicopters at one time. Once you’ve arrived, NorthPark Center is accessible to and from downtown Dallas, the Dallas Convention Center, North Dallas, Richardson and Plano by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Light Rail System. DART provides 72 miles of light rail and 120 routes by bus transit throughout the city. A complimentary NorthPark Center/DART Shuttle operates to and from the nearby Park Lane DART station and the east entrance to NorthPark Center near Macy’s every 20 minutes. This service operates Monday through Friday, from 7:41AM – 11:02PM, Saturday from 8:26AM – 10:15PM, and Sunday from 10:36AM – 7:15PM. After 6:28PM, the shuttle drop-off and pick-up location moves to the southbound access road of N. Central Expressway (US-75), near Macy’s parking garage. Visitors can also travel to Fort Worth via the Trinity Railway Express. Service to the DFW Airport will be available by 2014. NorthPark Center is easily accessible via major roadways from its location on Northwest Highway (Loop 12) at Central Expressway (U.S. 75), a freeway that begins in downtown Dallas and runs to the north through the city’s most affluent neighborhoods. It’s within minutes of the area’s other major roadways including the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway (I-635), Tom Landry Highway (I-30), Stemmons Freeway (I-35E) and the Dallas North Tollway.