Late April Newsletter

Trinity Metro Late April 2021 Newsletter

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MAKE YOUR MOVE

ADVERTISING ON TRINITY METRO

Bus and bench advertising make an impact and a difference. Transit advertising offers something more direct than a banner ad, social media boost, or local tv spot. Are you thinking about advertising on Trinity Metro? In our blog, we compiled some of the frequent questions that we get.

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WHAT’S NEW AT TRINITY METRO?

 

Trinity Metro Newsletter New Vaccine Sites Added

NEW COVID-19 VACCINE SITES ADDED

Trinity Metro partnered with Tarrant County to provide free rides to COVID-19 vaccination sites in Fort Worth and Hurst. On April 12, four additional JPS sites, which are accessible by Trinity Metro routes, were added for vaccinations.

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PROPOSED TEXRAIL EXTENSION

On April 15, we hosted a virtual public meeting to share information about the 2.1-mile extension of the Trinity Metro TEXRail rail line and a new proposed TEXRail extension located behind Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center south of Mistletoe Ave. If you missed it, you can watch the recording at the link below.

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Trinity Metro Newsletter Proposed TEXRail Extension

 

Trinity Metro Newsletter A Better Connection

A BETTER CONNECTION

The Draft Plan survey closed on April 18. Based on the public’s feedback our team will develop an implementation plan including a schedule for making the approved changes, outlines of what is required to make the approved changes and recommendations as to how best roll out the new system. Next, we will submit the final plan to our Board of Directors for approval to move forward with the implementation.

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TRANSIT TIP: STROLLERS ON BOARD

Making you move with your little one? For safety reasons, all children must be removed from strollers and placed in a seat or held while riding our buses and trains. Strollers and carts must be stored so that they do not block the aisles.

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Trinity Metro Newsletter Transit Tip Strollers On Board

 


 

Trinity Metro Newsletter Events Calendar Banner

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.

Hansard

Grapevine Main Station Grand Opening

Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street

Presented by National Theatre Live

| April 21 and 24

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

To get there, ride The Dash to Lancaster and Van Cliburn.

Presented by the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau

| April 24

Peace Plaza at Grapevine Main Station

To get there, ride Trinity Metro TEXRail to Grapevine/Main Street Station.

Presented by The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

| April 30, May 1-2

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

To get there, ride The Dash to Lancaster and Van Cliburn.

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FitCon Texas

FWO GO

Wellness Expo

Presented by FitCon

| April 23 and 24

Panther Island Pavilion

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

Presented by the Fort Worth Opera

| April 27

Fort Worth Community Arts Center

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

Presented by Holistic Networker

| May 1-2

Grapevine Convention Center

To get there, ride Trinity Metro TEXRail to Grapevine/Main Street Station.

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Trinity Metro Blog Types of Advertising on Trinity Metro Trinity Metro Blog. Podcast Season 2 Episode 6

NEW ON THE BLOG

Bike to Work Day/Week/Month is next month. Are you thinking about participating? We’ve compiled some tips for a successful ride in our blog. 

 

NEW ON THE PODCAST

Season 2, Episode 6 is out now.

Biking to work has many health and environmental benefits but is it really feasible? Our friends from Fort Worth Bike Sharing joined us to answer that question.

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