May 2018 Northside Transfer Center Temporary Relocation

Due to construction on North Houston Street, routes 12, 14, 15, 44, 45 and 91 will be temporarily relocated to the northwest area of Houston along NW 26th Street. See image below for reference. Routes 12, 14 and 15 will be stopping on the north side of NW 26th Street. Routes 44, 45 and 91 will Boe stopping on the south side of NW 26th Street.

 

Construction will begin May 1st, 2018, with a pending completion date of June 1st, 2018.

 

NSTC Detour Map May 2018

Events: 04/27/18 to 05/10/18

Our Fort Worth bus routes and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) can MOVE you! These events and destinations are easy to get to when you plan your trip on transit.

 

UPCOMING SPRING FESTIVALS

Fortress Festival – 4/28/18 and 4/29/18

The stages are set for the 2nd annual Fortress Festival in the Cultural District.  If you’re attending and don’t want to pay for parking, public transportation is your best bet. Bus route 2 travels right through the Cultural District on Camp Bowie and West 7th up to every 15 minutes, 7 days a week!

 

Fort Worth Opera Festival – 4/27/18 through 5/6/18

Performances of “Maria De Buenos Aires”, “Don Pasquale” and “Brief Encounters” are all must see performances at Bass Performance Hall.  Pick up your tickets and ride on over on Molly the Trolley.

 

Mayfest – 5/3/18 through 5/13/18 5/6/18

There is no better festival for family fun than Mayfest!  Catch bus route 2 to enter from West 7thor bus route 7 to enter at the South end of Trinity Park.

 

EVENTS AND DESTINATIONS

4/28/18 – Hops and Props Festival at the Fort Worth Aviation Museum is along bus route 90.

4/29/18 – Bus route 15 takes you from downtown to the Fort Worth Stockyards up to every 15 minutes every day of the week. Leave the car at home and try transit to the Cowtown Conjunto Festival.

5/1/18 and 5/2/18 – Climb on board TRE to Victory Station to see P!NK at the American Airlines Center.

5/4/18 – First Friday at The Modern is a unique night of cocktails, live music, drinks and art.  Take bus route 2 to this month’s event.

5/5/18 – Ride bus route 46 to the stop at Henderson and Peach for no hassle travel to El Fuerte Taco Fest 2018 at Panther Island Pavilion

 

Trinity Metro wants to hear from YOU. There is still time to attend an upcoming public meeting or the public hearing on proposed changes to our services in August 2018.

• 4/30/18 at TCC Southeast Campus in Arlington – proposed transit route.

• 5/1/18 at TCC Northeast Campus in Hurst – proposed transit route.

• 5/3/18 at the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) in downtown Fort Worth – accessible by downtown bus routes.

 

Did you know that you can see where your bus is in real time or purchase a pass on your phone? Download our mobile apps to make sure you have the tools you need right in your pocket.

 

Tag us (@TrinityMetro) on Facebookand Twitterduring your trip.

 

Be sure to see all our routes like bus route 10 and bus route 46 that stop and pick up at Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus!

Events: 04/13/18 to 04/26/18

There are plenty of places to go and things to do when you ride our Fort Worth bus routes and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE).  Plan your trip on transit to these spring activities.

 

SPRING FESTIVALS

Fort Worth’s most famous festival kicks off next week and we’re happy to navigate the traffic and parking for you! Look for downtown bus routes that go through our Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) – it’s just 2 blocks away from the festival.

 

Coming from outside Fort Worth? Climb aboard the TRE. TRE will operate on a normal schedule on 4/19, 4/20 and 4/21 with special Sunday service in operation on 4/22.

 

 

Fortress Festival is ready to celebrate it’s 2ndyear in Fort Worth. Buy your tickets today to see great music in the Cultural District along bus route 2. Route 2 runs up to every 15 minutes, 7 days a week!

 

EVENTS AND DESTINATIONS

 

4/13/18 – Opera for Everyone at the Kimbell Art Museum is along bus route 2.

 

4/14/18 – Cliburn Concerts – Hannah Lash at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth along bus route 2.

 

4/22/18 – Ride bus routes 1, 5a or 25 to see the Toty and Andy Clown Showon the 3rd floor of El Mercado at La Gran Plaza Shopping Center.

 

Fort Worth’s Near Southside is keeping busy this month.  Bus route 1, bus route 4 and bus route 6 are all great routes to the area.

• 4/13/18 – Friday on the Green Concert Series

• 4/15/18 – Open Streets (special note: Route 4 will have a small detour due to road closures for the event)

 

Hop on board Molly the Trolley!  Our fare free trolley circulates downtown 7 days a week and stops right at Bass Performance Hall.  Enjoy a ride to these great shows:

• Now through 4/15/18 – Dixie’s Never Wear a Tube Top While Riding a Mechanical Bull and 16 Other Things I Learned While I Was Drinking Last Thursday

• 4/13/18 through 4/15/18 – Pink Martini

• 4/26/18 – Emanuel Ax, piano

 

Every third Thursday of the month, the Fort Worth Stockyards hosts Sippin’ and Shoppin’.  Ride on up on bus route 15!

 

Have an adventure and take the family to a showing of Beauty and the Beast Jr. at Casa Manana.  Bus route 2 and bus route 7 both go by the theatre.

 

Tag us (@TrinityMetro) on Facebook and Twitter during your trip.

 

Visit https://ridetrinitymetro.org/to see all our routes like bus route 44 and bus route 45 to Tarrant County College Northwest Campus.

TRE and Bus service during the 2018 Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival

TRE:

For TRE schedules, including the dedicated Sunday schedule for April 22, 2018, click here

 

Bus:

The following routes are available during the 4 day event:

Route 1 – Hemphill

Route 2 – Camp Bowie

Route 4 – E. Rosedale

Route 6 – 8th Ave./McCart/Hulen Mall

Route 7 – University Dr.

Route 10 – Bailey

Route 11 – North Beach/Heritage Trace

Route 12 – Samuels/Mercantile Center

Route 14 – Sylvania/NE 28th

Route 15 – Stockyards/North Main

Route 46 – Jacksboro Highway

SPUR – E. Lancaster

Molly the Trolley

 

Detour Information:

Detours are implemented beginning on April 16, 2018. 

Shuttle buses on TRE route April 6-9 for bridge replacement

Buses are replacing Trinity Railway Express (TRE) trains between West Irving and CentrePort/DFW Airport stations the first full weekend of April.

TRE service will be suspended between the stations to replace a bridge over Bear Creek, a major step in TRE’s ongoing double-track upgrade.

Construction will impact the final two westbound trains Friday evening, April 6, and all trains Saturday, April 7, and Monday, April 9.

Passengers can expect significant delays, especially during morning and afternoon rush hours on April 9, and are encouraged to allow extra time to transfer to shuttle buses. Buses will meet all eastbound and westbound trains at West Irving and CentrePort/DFW Airport stations to continue the trip. Staff will also be on hand to support transferring customers.

Weather permitting, normal rail service will resume Tuesday, April 10.

For more information, call Trinity Metro at 817-215-8600.or DART at 214-979-1111.