Getting Here

Downtown Longview aerial shot

Longview is nestled in the heart of East Texas, undeniably the most beautiful part of the state. We are located on Interstate 20 between Dallas and Shreveport. That makes getting here a breeze, no matter how you like to travel. Explore options by plane, car, train, and more.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE

Longview is home to the East Texas Regional Airport (GGG) with scheduled airline service from Dallas/Fort Worth provided by American Airlines/American Eagle.


GETTING HERE BY CAR

Longview’s central location makes it a convenient drive from anywhere in the country. Longview is accessible via several major interstates and highways: I-20, Hwy. 80, and Hwy. 259. 

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GETTING HERE BY TRAIN

Amtrak services the Longview Train Depot which is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. Designed in the Colonial Revival style, the train depot, also called the T&P/MO-PAC depot, includes stylized quoins, a brick cornice and grey stone trim used to highlight the coping, keystones and lintels. The one-and-a-half story building contained a ticket office, waiting rooms, restrooms, telegraph office, yard office, baggage/express office and mail room. 


GETTING HERE BY BUS

Longview’s Greyhound station is conveniently located near downtown adjacent to the Longview Train Depot. Travel in comfort and style with the largest intercity bus service in the United States, Canada and Mexico.