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Service info for July 4

(FORT WORTH, TX – June 16, 2022) – Trinity Metro services will be adjusted for the Independence Day holiday on Monday, July 4. TEXRail, ZIPZONE and The Dash will operate on their regular schedules.  Questions? Call 817-215-8600. 

Trinity Metro Hiring Fair – June 23

Looking to drive your career forward? Join Trinity Metro on Thursday, June 23rd at Fort Worth Central Station from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for on the spot hiring opportunities for bus operators, ACCESS operators, and maintenance technicians.

Fort Worth Central Station
1001 Jones St
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Celebrate Juneteenth this weekend

Sunday, June 19, marks the second time in history that Juneteenth will be celebrated as a national holiday. Thanks to the tireless efforts of Fort Worth’s Opal Lee, Juneteenth became a federal holiday on June 17, 2021. At age 89, she received the gift she’d wanted for decades.

During her years of activism and yearning see it recognized as a federal holiday, she would walk from Fort Worth to Washington, D.C. This year, at age 90, she will continue her tradition of walking 2.5 miles to represent the 2.5 years it took the news of freedom to travel.

Ways to participate

Join the 2022 Opal’s Walk for Freedom, which begins at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Attend Breakfast with Dr. Opal Lee, which is held prior to the walk and begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at Evans Plaza.

Visit the I AM JUNETEENTH Festival, which runs 2-10 p.m. Saturday at Panther Island Pavilion.

Celebrate culture at Juneteenth at the Kimbell Art Museum, which features a special exhibit on The Language of Beauty in African Art. Admission is free 12-5 p.m. Sunday.

Explore various Juneteenth events across the DFW Metroplex.

The history of Juneteenth

Juneteenth is an annual commemoration of African-American freedom that is celebrated with community gatherings, parades, festivals and other special events. The date of June 19 marks the date in 1865 when word reached Texas that slavery had ended. President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in January 1863, but the information didn’t make it to enslaved African Americans until 1865.

Texas was the first state to recognize Juneteenth as a holiday.

Trinity Metro’s new webcam video

(FORT WORTH, TX – June 2, 2022) – Trinity Metro has launched a new live webcam to give everyone a new perspective on train activities in downtown Fort Worth. To see what’s happening any time of day, tune in to our train cam page.

A view from the top: What you’re seeing

Watch the activity of three passenger train lines and numerous freight trains in real time, as Trinity Metro shares live webcam video of Fort Worth Central Station with a view from the president and CEO’s office window. The perspective is from the top floor of Trinity Metro’s headquarters at Grove and 7th streets. The camera operates around the clock to provide a bird’s-eye view of Trinity Metro trains, plus Amtrak and freight.

Passenger tracks are numbered 1-3 from RIGHT to LEFT.

Track 1

You’ll see all Trinity Metro TEXRail trains and some Trinity Railway Express (TRE) trains here. TEXRail, a commuter rail line between Fort Worth Central Station and DFW Airport Terminal B Station, is owned and operated by Trinity Metro. You can immediately identify these trains not only by the track, but also by their bright red doors. If you zoom in on the train platform to the right of track 1, you may catch a glimpse of the conductors in traditional uniforms.

Over the course of the day, you’ll see 33 eastbound and 33 westbound trains. For the majority of operating hours, TEXRail runs every 30 minutes – on the hour and half hour. Service is the same every day of the year, so if you miss seeing one, you won’t have to wait long to spot another!

Track 2

This track is for TRE commuter rail, which links Fort Worth Central Station and Union Station in downtown Dallas. TRE, which features double-decker cars, is jointly owned and operated by Trinity Metro and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). Like the Texas flag, the cars are red, white and blue – with a huge white star on the sides. 

TRE operates different schedules on weekdays vs. Saturday, and it does not run on Sunday. On weekdays, you can spot 31 eastbound trains and 31 westbound.

Track 3

Amtrak boards at Fort Worth Central Station. The Texas Eagle (Amtrak 21/421 and 22/422) and the Heartland Flyer (Amtrak 821 and 822) are on Track 3. The track that rises from Track 3 is where the Heartland Flyer leaves for Oklahoma City after a very short backup move.

Freight train tracks

There are numerous freight trains throughout the day and night on the remaining tracks to the left of your screen. These freight trains moving away from the camera are heading west toward Tower 55. You will see Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific (UP) on these tracks, traveling to or from Tower 55.

More rail fun facts

You may observe both TEXRail and TRE trains continuing from Central Station to a terminus at the original Texas and Pacific Railroad station (now the Fort Worth T&P Station), less than one track-mile west. 

Tower 55, one of nation’s busiest rail intersections that connects freight and passenger trains, is off to the right of this picture, but it is out of sight.

Fort Worth’s Hole-in-the-Wall is also nearby, but not in the picture. This was a choke point for several railroads and utilities, and it was a major challenge to TEXRail during the construction phase.



Roll or Stroll to Dine Weekend, June 3-5

Roll or stroll your way to Fort Worth restaurants June 3-5 and you can pick up some summer swag to go! Fort Worth Bike Sharing and Blue Zones Project are encouraging residents to walk or bike during the Roll or Stroll to Dine Weekend, which runs Friday through Sunday, June 3-5.

What: Power yourself to a favorite local restaurant or coffee shop during Blue Zones Project and Fort Worth Bike Sharing’s “Roll or Stroll to Dine” weekend June 3–5. Biking and walking are the healthy way to go—plus, receive either a FREE Travel Blanket, on-the-go Cutlery Set, or insulated Coffee Tumbler at the participating restaurant or coffee shop. Items vary per location and quantities are limited. No bike? No worries! Fort Worth Bike Sharing is free all weekend, and you could win a free annual bike pass.

Why: Blue Zones Project, a well-being improvement initiative, and Fort Worth Bike Sharing are encouraging Fort Worth residents to move naturally as summer kicks off.

When: Friday, June 3, through Sunday, June 5

Where: Participating Blue Zones Project restaurants and coffee shops in Fort Worth.

How: Free bike rentals are available all weekend at 60 Fort Worth Bike Sharing stations across the city; use code 92020App on the BCycle app; the app can be downloaded from a QR code found at each station. Find a map here of BCycle stations.

Participating locations: Get your swag at one of these locations:

Ampersand Coffee – 3009 Bledsoe Street

Ampersand Coffee – 3025 S. University Drive

Arcadia Coffee – 326 Bryan Ave.

Ascension Coffee – 1751 River Run, Suite 151

Bearded Lady – 300 S. Main Street

Belenty’s Love Mexican Vegan – 3516 Blue Bonnet Circle

Black Coffee – 1417 Vaughn Ave.

Boulevard of Greens – 2700 Horne Street, #110

Brewed – 801 W. Magnolia Ave.

Casa Azul – 300 W. Central Ave.

Clean Juice – 5233 Marathon Ave., #D115

Dwell Coffee & Biscuits – 3113 S. University Drive, #100

Flower Child – 1616 S. University Dr.

Fort Brewery and Pizza – 2737 Tillar Street

Freshii – 354 W. 5th Street

Funky Picnic Brewery & Café – 401 Bryan Ave., #117

HG Supply – 1621 River Run, #176

Hustle Blendz – 1201 Evans Ave., #101

Juice Junkies – 925 Foch Street

La Onda – 2905 Race Street

Los Vaqueros – 2629 N. Main Street

Maestro Tacos – 3011 Bledsoe Street

Mamaka Bowls – 1701 River Run

Mariachi’s Dine-In – 5724 Locke Ave.

The Pantry – 713 W. Magnolia Ave.

Pizza Verde – 5716 Locke Ave.

Pouring Glory – 1001 Bryan Ave.

Race Street Coffee – 3021 Race Street

Spiral Diner – 1314 W. Magnolia Ave.

Summer Moon – 817 Matisse Drive, # 445

Summer Moon – 625 S. Main Street

Taste Project – 1200 S. Main Street

The Table Market + Culinary Studio – 120 St. Louis Ave., #103b

Winehaus – 1628 Park Place Ave.

Zonk Burger – 2919 Race Street

Additional Details: Tell the restaurant staff you walked or rode a bike in order to get your swag. No purchase is necessary. Giveaway items are limited and may vary by location. Four lucky people will also be chosen at random to win a Fort Worth Bike Sharing annual pass. Visit and click on the “Roll or Stroll” graphic to enter.

Blue Zones Project media contacts: Sandra Brodnicki and Gigi Westerman, 817-672-5799 or

About Blue Zones Project:

Blue Zones Project is led by Texas Health Resources under the umbrella of North Texas Healthy Communities and partners with businesses, schools, community leaders, and residents to support longer, better lives. Since 2015, more than 95,000 people and 367 groups and organizations have worked together to improve well-being. Fort Worth is the nation’s largest certified Blue Zones Community. The American Hospital Association and its partners highlighted Blue Zones Project in presenting Texas Health Resources the 2022 Foster G. McGaw Prize, which recognizes U.S. health care organizations committed to community health and well-being.





Memorial Day service changes

The Memorial Day holiday is a few weeks away and Trinity Metro is making plans to serve our customers. Buses and ACCESS will operate on a Sunday schedule. TEXRail, ZIPZONE and The Dash will operate on regular schedules. TRE will not operate, and Trinity Metro’s administrative offices and the customer care kiosk will be closed. The customer care phone line will be open 5 a.m.-5 p.m. at 817-215-8600.

Public meetings set for May 24

Trinity Metro is hosting two public meetings and a public hearing later this month to invite input on service changes to Route 5 Evans Ave/Sierra Vista and Route 54 Riverside/Sylvania, effective Sept. 18. The two public meetings will be held at noon and 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, in the Community Room at Fort Worth Central Station. The public hearing will immediately follow the 6 p.m. public meeting.

Those who wish to provide feedback may also do so by:

  • Sending an email to
  • Sending mail to Trinity Metro, 801 Grove St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102, to the attention of the Planning and Development Department.
  • Calling the comment line at 817-215-8793.

Trinity Metro names new President/CEO

(FORT WORTH, TX – April 25, 2022) – Trinity Metro is pleased to announce that Richard W. Andreski, a public transportation veteran with 23 years of experience and more than 10 years of executive leadership, has been selected as the next president and chief executive officer for the agency.

Andreski previously served as the Bureau Chief for Public Transportation for the Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) since 2015. In this capacity, he oversaw public transportation in Connecticut and had an operating budget of $850 million and a team of 110 planners, engineers, and rail and transit professionals. The Connecticut DOT includes 22 transit providers that serve 80 million people annually.

His many responsibilities included CTfastrak bus rapid transit, one of the country’s premier BRT lines, and New Haven Line, the nation’s busiest passenger rail line. He was accountable for capital programs to maintain and improve more than $5 billion in capital assets, including BRT and rail infrastructure, rail and bus fleets, bus depots and fare systems.

Between 1999 and 2015, Andreski held a series of positions at NJ Transit. He began as a bus service planner and quickly moved up through the ranks. His roles included manager of capital planning and programs support, director of operations coordination and policy, chief of staff for rail operations and director of Trans-Hudson planning.

“After an exhaustive national search, the Trinity Metro Board of Directors agreed that Rich is the best choice for leading our agency to even greater success,” said Jeff Davis, chairman of the Trinity Metro Board of Directors. “His vast experience in public transportation and his history of building partnerships are key for the growth of Trinity Metro.”

Andreski, who will start his role on June 20, said he is looking forward to the transition.

“I’m excited and honored to be chosen as Trinity Metro’s CEO,” Andreski said. “I can’t wait to join the team so we can work together on transit solutions for the North Texas region.”

The position of president and CEO has been filled on an interim basis by Paul Ballard, who resumed leadership of the agency in November 2021. Ballard previously led Trinity Metro from 2014 to 2019, and he accepted the position on an eight-month basis to assist during the national search for a permanent replacement.

About the CEO

Andreski is motivated by a mission of public service and believes transit plays a critical role by providing access to employment, education and other opportunities, spurring economic development, and supporting a cleaner and greener future. He keeps the customer experience at the heart of every investment decision.

He is active in the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), where he was co-founder and co-chair of the APTA Emerging Leaders Program, an immersive year-long leadership development program for emerging leaders in the public transportation industry. Andreski also serves on APTA’s High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail Committee and APTA’s Awards Committee.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Lafayette College and a Master of City & Regional Planning degree from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy at Rutgers University. He also completed the Jurisdictional Crisis Incident Management Program from Texas A&M Engineering Extension and is a graduate of the APTA Leadership Program, Class of 2009.

About Trinity Metro

Trinity Metro is a regional transportation system that provides public transportation to meet the mobility needs in Tarrant County. The agency offers connections throughout the North Central Texas region, providing passenger trips on buses, TEXRail, ACCESS paratransit, ZIPZONEs, Fort Worth Bike Sharing, vanpools and Trinity Railway Express (TRE).


Mask enforcement suspended

(FORT WORTH, TX – April 19, 2022) – In response to the federal judge’s ruling and to align with the Transportation Security Administration’s decision to not enforce the mask mandate on planes and other public transportation, Trinity Metro will no longer require masks on any of our vehicles or in our facilities.

Passengers, operators and conductors may continue wearing masks if they prefer to do so.

Federal mask mandate extended through May 3

The federal mask requirement for all public transportation has been extended through May 3, 2022. That means everyone will continue wearing masks when on board any of Trinity Metro’s vehicles and when inside Fort Worth Central Station and Fort Worth T&P Station. Masks are not required on the platforms or while waiting at a bus stop.

The mask mandate implementation is intended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Other safety measures include social distancing, handwashing and vaccinations.