Dallas: Big hair, big houses, big business.

This mystique is still alive in some crowds, but today’s Dallas offers its population a modern, diverse community with something for everyone. Sports enthusiasts will appreciate Dallas’ 5 professional sports teams. Arts and culture aficionados will appreciate celebrated cultural amenities like the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center, the Winspear Opera House, and 150 museums.

The thriving business community in Dallas has created economic opportunities which have led the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area to become the second-fastest growing metro area in the U.S. Dallas’ lower than average cost of living, affordable housing, and temperate climate are all reasons why Dallas is such a popular relocation destination.

At a Glance
R+L Truckload Dallas
8181 Jetstar Drive, Suite 120
Irving, TX 75063

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Local Attractions:
  • Arts Abound – Dallas is home to the largest urban arts district in the U.S. and has more than 115 public art works throughout the city.
  • Recreation – more than 200 golf courses, hundreds of area parks, fun entertainment venues and amusement parks, the zoo and aquarium – there’s plenty to explore on the weekends.
  • Play Ball – Dallas is home to 5 professional sports teams: Dallas Cowboys (NFL), Dallas Mavericks (NBA), Texas Rangers (MLB), Dallas Stars (NHL), and FC Dallas (MLS). The city is also home to NASCAR and Indy racing motorsports events.
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 1,197,816
  • Nickname: Big D
  • Fun Fact: With the roof enclosed, the entire Statue of Liberty could fit into the Dallas Cowboys stadium.