Dallas - Wikipedia
Neighborhoods. Central Dallas. Ethnicity and race. Sexual orientation and gender identity. Arts and culture. Musems and arts. Places of interest . Recreation and parks. Klyde Warren Park. Turtle Creek Parkway park. Lake Cliff Park. Reverchon Park.
Dallas (/'[email protected]/), is a U.S. city and the seat of Dallas County. It also includes portions that extend into Collin and Denton counties, Kaufman, Kaufman, Rockwall and Kaufman. It is the ninth-most-populous U.S. city  and third-largest Texas city after San Antonio and Houston. The city of Dallas, located in North Texas is the heart of the largest metropolitan region in the Southern United States. It also has the longest inland metropolitan area that does not have a navigable connection to the ocean. [a] With 7.5 million residents, it is the fourth-largest metro area in the United States. 
Dallas and Fort Worth were first developed by the construction of railroad lines that allowed for access to oil and cotton in North and East Texas. Dallas's status as a transportation hub was further strengthened by the construction of the Interstate Highway System. It has four major interstate highways that connect in the city, and one loop around it. Dallas became a significant industrial and financial hub and major inland port due to the convergence between major railroad lines and interstate highways. It also saw the construction of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport which is one of the busiest and largest airports in the United States. Dallas also has DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit), which offers different train lines to transport people throughout the Metroplex.