Transportation

Flying into Waco

Baylor University is served by the Waco Regional Airport (ACT). Short hopper flights run to the Waco Regional Airport from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Dallas Love Field (DAL). Flying into Waco is efficient and cost-effective, and many hotels in the area provide free shuttle service to and from the airport.

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Dallas Love Field (DAL), and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) are roughly a 90-minute drive from the conference site. The Waco Streak runs a shuttle several times a day from both Dallas airports to Waco and costs about $200 round trip. Seven-day advance registrations are recommended (https://www.waco-streak.com/). Greyhound buses run from both downtown Dallas and downtown Austin to downtown Waco for a round-trip cost of around $20-$25, although Uber would be needed to travel from the airport to the bus station and the Waco bus station to the hotel.

Driving to Waco

I-35 runs directly through the heart of Waco, and the Hilton Waco is easily accessible from the interstate.

Transportation in Waco

Car rental services are widely available for those who would like that flexibility. Waco also has Uber. On the half-day planned on Baylor’s campus, we will provide bus transportation to and from the hotel. Downtown has a free Trolley that serves major locations around downtown. Downtown Waco is walkable, and there are many dining and entertainment options within easy walking distance of the Hilton.

Parking is free in downtown Waco, and free visitor passes can be obtained to park on Baylor’s campus.