Transportation & Location

Aerial of main road with the sun setting

Located between the cities of McKinney and Greenville on US Highway 380, Princeton offers quick and easy access to the heart of the DFW Metroplex.

Miles to Dallas
Miles to Fort Worth
Miles to DFW International Airport

Princeton provides access to other major roadways, including Highway 5 and 121, and US 75, a major north-west highway that merges with I-45 in Dallas and runs directly to the Texas Gulf Coast in Galveston, and northward to the US/Canada border.

US 380 is a major east-west highway, begins in Greenville and travels through the West Texas/Panhandle region and into New Mexico. Due to population growth and heavy traffic, the highway is undergoing improvements, including the expansion to six lanes from the Collin County line to the US 380/377 split. 

Travel Worldwide By Air

Located about an hour southwest of Princeton, the DFW International Airport is easily accessible via Highway 121 and offers 193 domestic and 67 international non-stop destinations worldwide. The airport is also the ideal cargo gateway with 22 cargo airlines providing worldwide freighter service. It is one of the most frequently visited superhub airports in the world. 

Less than an hour southwest of Princeton, Dallas Lovefield offers domestic and international flights. It is the 31st busiest airport in the United States and the headquarters for Southwest Airlines

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