Pack up the family and leave the car at home on Saturday. It’s the first Safari Express of the summer season! The Safari Express is non-stop bus service from downtown Fort Worth to the Fort Worth Zoo every 30 minutes on Saturdays through Labor Day.
5/25/18 – Put on your dancing shoes and ride bus route 4 to Arts Fifth Avenue for their celebration of National Tap Dance Day.
5/26/18 – Artes Unplugged Presents Canta Rhythm & Brass at Rose Marine Theater. A quick ride on bus route 15 to Main and NE 14th Street and you’re there!
5/30/18 through 5/31/18 – Bus routes 2 and 7 travel to the Will Rogers Memorial Centerfor the Region 9 Arabian Horse Association Championship Show.
6/1/18 through 6/2/18 – Plaza Palooza in Sundance Square is fun for the whole family with chalk artists, music and much more! Make your trip there on Molly the Trolley.
6/2/18 – Ride bus route 1 to Magnolia Greento support the work of Samaritan House by participating in Joe’s Run 5K/10K.
6/7/18 – The first Sundance Square Movie Night on The Plaza kicks off with The Great Escape with Steve McQueen, James Garner and Richard Attenborough. Make a night of it and ride to The Plazaon Molly the Trolley.
6/7/18 – Ride TRE to Victory Station and transfer to DART’s Green Line to Fair Park for the weekly King Racing Group’s Fair Park Crits. There’s room for your bike on both trains!
6/7/18 – A-Kon 29 is back for a weekend of anime, gaming, music, art and music at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Bus routes 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 14, 15, 46 or Molly the Trolley will get you there without the hassle of downtown parking. Coming from Dallas? Try riding the TRE on Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
Summer concerts are lining up at the American Airlines Center. Ride TRE to Victory Station for front door service to these great shows:
5/25/18 – Luis Miguel
5/28/18 only – Justin Timberlake
6/1/18 – Paul Simon
6/5/18 – Harry Styles
6/6/18 – Shania Twain
Looking for things to do after the kids are out of school? Our bus routes can help with that. Bus route 2 travels to many popular family destinations such as Will Rogers Memorial Center, the Cultural District, Montgomery Plaza and downtown Fort Worth!
Did you know? Our Texas & Pacific Station (T&P) was built in 1931 and is Fort Worth’s largest and most extravagant example of Zigzag Moderne architecture. The beautiful space is available for weddings, corporate parties, quinceaneras and more! Book your event today.
The new home of TEXRail trains will be on display at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 22. The Equipment Maintenance Facility (EMF), located at 3137 E. Long Ave., is celebrating the grand opening with tours of the facility – and tours of a TEXRail train.
“Watching this facility come together has been very gratifying,” said Paul J Ballard, president and chief executive officer of Trinity Metro. “The craftsmanship and quality of the equipment maintenance facility lay the groundwork for efficient TEXRail operations and maintenance.”
Located on a 27-acre site, the EMF building is a 53,000 square-foot-facility that includes three maintenance pits (two indoor and one outdoor) and a train washing area. All eight TEXRail train sets will be housed and maintained at the EMF. The site also includes offices, a warehouse for parts and dispatch operations.
“TEXRail will be a premium commuter rail that will transform how people view train service,” said Bob Baulsir, senior vice president, who oversees rail construction for Trinity Metro. “These trains have a European design that is very sleek and modern. What might surprise riders and residents is how quiet TEXRail is.”
About EMF Operations
TEXRail and the Trinity Railway Express will both be dispatched from the EMF. Dispatchers will control movements for all trains on Trinity Metro’s lines, including Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Dallas Garland Northeastern, Fort Worth and Western Railroad, Grapevine Vintage Railroad and Amtrak.
About the TEXRail Train
The FLIRT 3 (Fast Light Innovative Regional Train) vehicles, which are built by Stadler Bussnang AG of Switzerland, are assembled in Utah as part of the Buy America program. Two TEXRail train sets are in Fort Worth and a third will be arriving in Texas later this month. All eight train sets will be delivered by the end of the year.
The diesel multiple unit (DMU) trains are configured with an operator cab at either end for bidirectional movement. At the center of the train is a power pack with two diesel engines. This style of train is much quieter than traditional commuter rail. TEXRail amenities include a quiet car, work tables, lap trays, level boarding, bike racks and overhead storage for bags.
Now through 5/13/18 – Fort Worth Spring Fair in the Fort Worth Stockyards is easy on bus route 15. You’ll get from downtown to the Fort Worth Stockyards up to every 15 minutes every day of the week.
5/12/18 – Mimosa Run is at Panther Island Pavilion along bus route 46.
5/12/18 through 5/13/18 – Head to the Near Southside on bus route 5 and make sure to bring your energy for a fun day at the Fairmount Historic Homes Guided Electric Bike Tour.
5/17/18 – Fort Worth Central Library’s 3rd Thursday Jazz Series presents The musings of Miles Davis. There are plenty of routes to choose from downtown. Plan your trip on transit and forget about parking.
5/19/18 – Test out some new brews at Martin House Brewing’s Saturday Open House. Ride up on bus route 11 for front door service.
5/25/18 – Enjoy a Nissan nightlife Free! Concert featuring Quaker City Night Hawks on the Sundance Square Plaza along the Molly the Trolley route.
Performances at Bass Performance Hall are more fun when you ride over on Molly the Trolley. Make transit part of your trip when you attend:
• 5/11/18 – Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert
• 5/18/18 through 5/20/18 – Scheherazade
• 5/20/18 – Fort Worth Youth Orchestra’s 53rd Season Grand Finale
Planning on taking mom shopping for Mother’s Day? Try Molly the Trolley to get all around Sundance Square including the just opened Willow House Boutique.
Trinity Metro bus services will operate on a Sunday and Major Holiday Schedule in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
Trinity Railway Express will not be in service.
Trinity Metro Customer Service locations will be closed.
Customer Service phone lines will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 817-215-8600.