Early June Newsletter

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MAKE YOUR MOVE

YOUR RIDE TO CELEBRATE PRIDE

Trinity Metro respects and appreciates all individuals – employees, customers, and the public alike. We are honored to stand with and be supportive of our LGBTQ+ community this Pride Month and beyond. We are here to listen, comprehend, celebrate the progress made, and understand that there is still much to be done. Trinity Metro looks forward to continuing to help voices be heard, participating in conversations that need to be had, and standing with our communities as we move toward more equitable times ahead.

To find out how we are celebrating PRIDE, please visit RIDETRINITYMETRO.org/PRIDE

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WHAT’S NEW AT TRINITY METRO?

 

Trinity Metro Blog. South Tarrant ZIPZONE

SOUTH TARRANT ZIPZONE

The Crowley ZIPZONE expanded its service area and extended its hours of operation on June 1. To reflect the new service area of Crowley, Everman and parts of south Fort Worth, the ZIPZONE name is changing to the South Tarrant ZIPZONE.

To celebrate the new South Tarrant ZIPZONE expansion, Trinity Metro is offering free rides to passengers on all ZIPZONEs through June 30, 2021.

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SOUNDS OF SUMMERTIME

Trinity Metro is partnering with the Fort Worth Opera to bring the LIVE concert Sounds of Summertime to the overflow parking lot of the Trinity Metro TEXRail North Side Station on Sunday, June 13, at 2 p.m. The overflow parking lot is located one block north of the train station at 3001 Decatur Ave.

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Trinity Metro Blog. Forth Worth Opera Sounds of Summertime

 

Trinity Metro Blog. Double Dash.

DOUBLE THE DASH.
DOUBLE THE FUN.

Over the next several months, Trinity Metro will operate a “Special Events Double Dash” route to provide downtown transportation for large events at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Thanks to a partnership with Visit Fort Worth, rides on The Dash electric buses will be free during these events.

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FREE RIDES TO VACCINE SITES

Trinity Metro and Tarrant County teamed up to provide free rides to customers who are traveling to Tarrant County Public Health COVID-19 vaccination sites. Riders may use any bus route, Trinity Metro TEXRail, Trinity Railway Express (west zone only), Trinity Metro ZIPZONE or Trinity Metro ACCESS paratransit to connect to the bus routes serving the vaccination sites.

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Trinity Metro Blog. Free rides to COVID-19 vaccine sites

 


Trinity Metro Blog. Events Calendar

EVENTS CALENDAR

Some events might be rescheduled or canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Please check with the event organizer before attending any of these events.

Time for Three

GOTEXAN Food, Wine and Art Festival

TIËSTO

Presented by The Cliburn

| June 3

Whiskey Ranch

To get there, ride bus route 5b or 28 to Mitchell and Glen Garden.

 

Presented by Cross Timbers Wine Trail Association

| June 5

Panther Island Pavilion

To get there, ride bus route 46 to Henderson and Peach.

 

Presented by Collectiv & Disco Donnie

| June 12

Panther Island Pavilion

To get there, ride bus route 46 to Henderson and Peach.

 

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U.S. Gymnastics Championships

A Needle Art Love Story

A Solitary Man

 

| June 4-6

Dickies Arena

To get there, ride The Dash to Gendy and Harley.

 

Presented by Historic Fort Worth

June 12-13

Ball-Eddleman-McFarland House

To get there, ride bus route 7 to Lancaster and Ballinger.

 

Presented by Casa Mañana

| June 15-26

Casa Mañana Theatre

To get there, ride the Southside ZIPZONE or bus route 7 to Lancaster and University.

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JUNETEENTH EVENTS

Opal’s Walk for Juneteenth

I am Juneteenth Festival

National Juneteenth Music Festival

| June 19

To find the best route to get to the start of the parade, please visit our Trip Planner.

| June 19

Panther Island Pavilion

To get there, ride bus route 46 to Henderson and Peach.

| June 18

The Warehouse

To get there, ride bus route 24 to Berry and Mississippi.

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Trinity Metro Blog. Meet the ENVOY Mia

MEET THE ENVOY’s

You might have seen Mia helping customers on board or at one of our stations. She is part of the Trinity Metro ENVOY team. The ENVOYs offer personal, step-by-step instructions on how to effectively use Trinity Metro’s transit system.

Mia has been part of the Trinity Metro team for the past 8 years. When asked about what she loves the most about being a Trinity Metro ENVOY, she said “It’s always an adventure! You get to meet so many different people, you get to do travel training and help others travel around the City of Fort Worth on our many buses and trains while also learning a great deal for yourself.”

In her free time, Mia loves reading and visiting different places.

 


 

NEW ON THE BLOG

Trinity Metro Blog. Transit 101 Navigate the City Trinity Metro Blog. Ride Along Bus Route 32

Learn how to easily navigate the city with this guide for riding Trinity Metro bus and rail services.

In this new blog series, we will be featuring businesses along specific Trinity Metro bus routes. 

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