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Free rides for voters May 28

Trinity Metro is offering free rides to voting for the runoff election on Tuesday, May 28. Passengers may ride for free to polling locations by showing their voter registration card or current Texas ID.

Riders may choose from Trinity Metro’s bus routes, TEXRail, ZIPZONE on-demand rideshare services or ACCESS paratransit for voting.

To use Trinity Metro ZIPZONE, download the ZIPZONE app and book your ride. Free ZIPZONE rides will be offered to or from any identified voter center location within a zone.

For questions about bus routes, ZIPZONE or ACCESS paratransit rides to your polling place, call Trinity Metro at 817-215-8600.

TEXRail disruption May 14

(FORT WORTH, TEXAS) April 4, 2024 – TEXRail will not operate on Tuesday, May 14, so that crews can perform maintenance along the corridor between Fort Worth and DFW Airport. Trains will cease operations at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, May 14, with plans to resume operations at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, May 15.

While TEXRail is not operating, airport travelers may ride TRE Link from DFW Airport to CentrePort Station, where they can connect to Trinity Railway Express for service to Fort Worth.

If you have no other means of transportation to essential employment during this time, please call customer care at 817-215-8600 by 5 p.m. Thursday, May 9. Representatives will be able to help you with travel arrangements.

Bus service ending in River Oaks

Trinity Metro’s bus service in River Oaks will end on Wednesday, March 27. River Oaks has decided to withdraw their financial support for bus service, but will continue their support of ACCESS paratransit services.

Route 91 will continue to operate on its current route, but it will run non-stop through River Oaks beginning on Thursday, March 28.

Trinity Lakes Station opens Feb. 19

(FORT WORTH, TEXAS) Feb. 5, 2024 – Trinity Railway Express (TRE) will soon make stops at a brand new station in Fort Worth – Trinity Lakes Station, which is located east of Loop 820 and north of Trinity Boulevard, between the current TRE Richland Hills and Bell stations. The new station is part of Trinity Lakes, a 1,600-acre master planned community that includes retail and residential transit-oriented development.

Trinity Lakes Station will open on Monday, Feb. 19. TRE’s Richland Hills Station will close after the end of service on Saturday, Feb. 17.

Updated TRE schedule begins Sept. 5

A modified Trinity Railway Express (TRE) schedule has been in place to accommodate work at the future Trinity Lakes Station. The new TRE schedule change will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 5, as trains resume normal operations at the site of the future Trinity Lakes Station.

The new TRE Trinity Lakes Station is expected to open in early 2024.

New schedule

 

Labor Day 2023 Service Modifications

Labor Day is coming up, and we’ve got some service adjustments for the holiday. Buses and ACCESS paratransit will operate on Sunday schedules. TEXRail, ZIPZONE, and The Dash will be on regular schedules. The full details are below. Questions? Call 817-215-8600.

Brief outage planned for ZIPZONE app

A planned system upgrade on the Trinity Metro ZIPZONE app will cause a temporary disruption. The out-of-service period will be approximately 12 hours, which will begin at the conclusion of normal operations on Saturday, Aug. 12.

To allow sufficient time for the upgrade, the Southside ZIPZONE service will have a delayed start of 12 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13.

 

TEXRail brief service disruption planned

To accommodate scheduled maintenance, TEXRail will have a brief service disruption late Sunday, July 23, and in the early hours of Monday, July 24. Regular service will resume at 3:20 a.m. Monday.

Late-night/early-morning service adjustments

 Eastbound trains to DFW Airport

  • #278 departing Fort Worth T&P Station at 11:43 p.m. on Sunday, July 23, will terminate at North Side Station, arriving at approximately 11:55 p.m.
  • #280 and #182 will NOT operate on Monday, July 24.

Westbound trains to Downtown Fort Worth

  • #275 departing DFW Airport Terminal B Station at 11:40 p.m. Sunday, July 23, will terminate at Mercantile Center Station, arriving at approximately 12:14 a.m.
  • #277, #179 and #181 will NOT operate on Monday, July 24.

If you have no other means of transportation to essential employment during this time, please call customer care at 817-215-8600 by 5 p.m. Thursday, July 20. Representatives will be able to help you with travel arrangements.

Free rides for Fort Worth voters

Throughout early voting and on Tuesday, May 6, Fort Worth residents can catch a free ride to the polls on Trinity Metro services to cast votes in the mayoral and city council member election.

Passengers may ride for free to polling locations during early voting from April 24-May 2 and on Election Day, May 6, by showing their voter registration card or current Texas ID.

Riders may choose from Trinity Metro’s bus routesZIPZONE on-demand rideshare services or ACCESS paratransit for voting.

To use Trinity Metro ZIPZONE, download the ZIPZONE app and book your ride. Free ZIPZONE rides will be offered to or from any identified voter center location within a zone. For questions about bus routes, ZIPZONE or ACCESS paratransit rides to your polling place, call Trinity Metro at 817-215-8600.

Ride Trinity Metro to festival

We offer several routes to Fort Worth Central Station – 12561112154689The Dash and Molly the Trolley – just one block from the festival. Ride all day across bus, ZIPZONE, TEXRail or TRE West Zone with a $5 Local Day Ticket or anywhere across Tarrant, Dallas, or Denton counties with a $12 Regional Day Ticket. Once you arrive at Fort Worth Central Station, hop on Molly the Trolley, a complimentary service thanks to our partners at Downtown Fort Worth Inc., Sundance Square, Visit Fort Worth and the downtown hotel community.

Learn more!