Make Your Move: 2/15/19

Ride the rails on TEXRail

Have you had your chance to ride TEXRail? If not, there are plenty of opportunities that allow you to experience our new commuter rail service. Find a new lunch spot, plan a fun date night or explore the world by riding into DFW Airport’s Terminal B.

Check out one of these great shows or events in Fort Worth or Grapevine:

     Feb. 16 – Dwight Yoakam at Billy Bob’s – take TEXRail to the North Side Station, then bus route 12 or bus route 14 to the Fort Worth Stockyards.

     Feb. 20-24 – Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron at Bass Performance Hall – ride TEXRail to the Downtown Fort Worth/ITC Station and connect via Molly the Trolley.

     Feb. 22 – Goldfinger (1964) at the Palace Theatre in Grapevine – take TEXRail to the Grapevine/Main Street Station and then enjoy the quick walk up Main Street.

     Feb. 23 – Shenandoah at Billy Bob’s – ride TEXRail to the North Side Station, then bus route 12 or bus route 14 to the Fort Worth Stockyards.

     Feb. 23-24 – Loremaster’s Challenge at Warhammer Store and Cafe in Grapevine – take TEXRail to the Grapevine/Main Street Station.

🚄 TEXRail rides are $2.50 for a single ride or $5.00 for a day pass 🚄

 

Enjoy the ride and the destination

Take Molly the Trolley to Sundance Square for some jazzy tunes or to take in an iconic play:

     Feb. 19 & 26 – Straight Ahead – A Blue Note Tribute at Scatt Jazz Lounge. 

     Feb. 21 – Our Town at Circle Theatre (Show dates into March).

Take bus routes 2 or 7 to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History during Engineers Week to Will Rogers Memorial Center for the Cowtown Marathon:

     Feb. 19-23 – Engineers Week: Invent Amazing.

     Feb. 23-24 – Cowtown Marathon. 

Take bus route 15 from our Downtown ITC/Fort Worth Station to the Fort Worth Stockyards for:

      Feb. 28 – Book signing with Beck Crouch Patterson, author of “Luckenbach Texas – Center of the Universe” at Maverick Fine Western Wear.

      Feb. 28 & Mar. 1 – Margaret Sullivan Trunk Show at Maverick Fine Western Wear. 

Get your groove on bus routes 1, 4 or 6 and head over to Fort Worth’s Near Southside to celebrate one of Fort Worth’s own:

     Mar. 1 – Quaker City Nighthawks – new release performance celebration at Record Town followed by more revelry at the Shipping and Receiving Bar.

Plan your trip on Trinity Metro with our trip planner. 

 

Trinity Metro Career Fair – Feb. 20, 2019

Looking for your next step? We have immediate openings for Bus Operators. Come visit with Trinity Metro staff at the Downtown/ITC Fort Worth Station located at 1001 Jones Street, on Wednesday, Feb. 20, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to learn more. Interviews will be held onsite, so be sure to bring a resume and perhaps get hired on the spot. Apply online before the event for a quicker process. Share this email with family and friends that might be looking for a new career opportunity. 

See all of our available positions HERE.