Fort Worth Central Station

The Fort Worth Central Station opened in January 2002 immediately following the extension of the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) service to downtown Fort Worth, with a vision to provide a convenient, centralized hub for multiple forms of public transportation, with spacious waiting rooms and customer counters.

Passengers can make one stop for connections to local or long distance bus and train travel, B-Cyles (bikes), rental cars and cabs. They can also travel to DFW Airport via Trinity Metro TEXRail or by riding TRE and connecting to the TRE Link from Trinity Metro’s TRE CentrePort/DFW Airport Station. TEXRail is the 27-mile commuter rail line that travels directly to DFW Airport’s Terminal B.  Service began in January 2019.

Fort Worth Central Station Transportation Services

  • Largest transfer center for Trinity Metro’s bus system to Fort Worth area destinations, including cultural district, universities, shopping, employment and medical centers. Train services provide transportation options to North Richland Hills, Grapevine, DFW Airport as well as the Mid-Cities and Dallas.
  • The Trinity Railway Express operates Monday-Saturday between Fort Worth and Dallas. TRE serves five stations in Fort Worth and Mid-Cities, with shuttle buses from CentrePort station trains to DFW Airport, and five stations in the Dallas area with connections to the Dallas region via DART light rail and to the Denton area via DCTA commuter rail.
  • Trinity Metro TEXRail station, which connects to the Fort Worth T&P Station as well as North Side Station, Mercantile Center Station, North Richland Hills/Iron Horse Station, North Richland Hills/Smithfield Station, Grapevine/Main Street Station, DFW Airport North Station and DFW Airport Terminal B Station.
  • Molly the Trolley, the downtown circulator, runs every 10 to 15 minutes, seven days a week between 10 a.m and 10 p.m.
  • Greyhound offers daily schedules to 2,500 destinations across North America.
  • The Dash, a battery-electric bus service, provides service between downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row, the Cultural District and Dickies Arena.
  • Amtrak trains have direct service from Fort Worth Central Station to San Antonio and Oklahoma City with connecting service to more than 500 destinations nationwide.
  • A B-Cycle (bike) Station at Fort Worth Central Station are among the 46 Fort Worth Bike Sharing docking stations located in downtown, the Cultural District, Near Southside and TCU.
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car averages rentals of more than 300 cars per month.
  • Yellow Cab and Cowboy Cab stop regularly at Fort Worth Central Station.
  • A passenger drop-off and nearby commercial parking make Fort Worth Central Station access convenient.
  • The Convention and Visitors Bureau offers tourist information at a kiosk in the lobby.

Transfer Centers

Fort Worth Central Station
1001 Jones Street
Routes 1 thru 18, 46, Spur, Molly and
all EXPRESS routes.
Sierra Vista Transfer Center
1500 E. Berry Street
3 – S. Riverside/TCC S. Campus (Mon-Sat)
5 – Evans Ave a and B (Mon-Sat)
8 – Riverside/Evans (Sun only)
24 – Berry Street (Mon-Sun)
La Gran Plaza Transfer Center
4200 South Freeway
1 – Hemphill (Mon-Sun)
5a – Evans Ave (Mon-Sat)
25 – Crosstown (Mon-Sun)
72 – Hemphill/Sycamore School Rd (Mon-Sat)
East Fort Worth Transfer Center
4104 E. Lancaster Avenue
21 – Boca Raton (Mon-Sun)
Spur (Mon-Sun)
22 – Meadowbrook (Mon-Sun)
25 – Crosstown (Mon-Sun)
Ridgmar Mall Transfer Center
2600 Mall Circle
2 – Camp Bowie (Mon-Sun)
27 – Como (Mon-Sun)
26 – Ridgmar Mall/Normandale (Mon-Sun)
91– Ridgmar Mall/Stockyards(Mon-Sun)
North Side Transfer Center
2500 N. Houston Street
14 – N. Riverside (Mon-Sun)
12 – Samuels/Mercantile Center (Mon-Sun)
15 – Stockyards/North Main(Mon-Sun)
45 – TCC Northwest/Angle Ave (Mon-Sun)
Hulen Mall Transfer Center
4942 S. Hulen Street
6 – 8th Ave/McCart/Hulen Mall (Mon-Sun)
25 – Crosstown (Mon-Sun)
32 – Bryant Irvin (Mon-Sat)