Late February Newsletter

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Trinity Metro Newsletter. Black History Month.

MAKE YOUR MOVE

Trinity Metro celebrates Black voices

As part of our celebration of Black History Month, Trinity Metro is recognizing Black voices in our community. Throughout this month, we’ve featured in our blog, podcast and social media channels stories from local businesses that lift the voices of black business owners. Their stories reflect, honor and celebrate Black History Month in achievements, culture, pain, and joy.

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Trinity Metro Newsletter. Severe Weather Updates.

REGULAR OPERATIONS RESUMED

Last week Trinity Metro experienced several service interruptions due to the extreme conditions caused by winter weather. As of Monday, Feb. 22Trinity Metro busTrinity Metro TEXRailTrinity Railway ExpressTrinity Metro ZIPZONE and Trinity Metro ACCESS have resumed regular operations.

 

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FREE RIDES TO COVID-19 VACCINATION SITES

Trinity Metro and Tarrant County teamed up to provide complimentary rides to customers who are traveling to Tarrant County Public Health COVID-19 vaccination sites. To get a free ride, passengers must show the bus operator or train conductor the appointment text or email from Tarrant County Public Health.

 

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Trinity Metro Newsletter. Free rides to vaccine sites.

 

Trinity Metro Newsletter. Face mask requirements.

ENFORCING FEDERAL MASK ORDER

All riders are required to wear a mask when riding Trinity Metro vehicles and when within its facilities, Wearing face masks on public transit is a lifesaving measure that Trinity Metro wholeheartedly supports, and this guidance reflects the shared responsibility of transit systems and riders to take appropriate actions to get through this pandemic.

 

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TRANSIT TIP: TRINITY METRO APPS

Riding Trinity Metro doesn’t have to be confusing. Download our smartphone apps for a smooth ride. With the GoPass app, you can plan your route and buy your tickets using your smartphone. Use the Nextbus app to always know where your bus is in real-time.

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Trinity Metro newsletter. 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.

Hoodoo Love

Dickies Arena Hiring Fair

Josh Abbott Band Concert

Presented by Jubilee Theatre

Presented by Dickies Arena

Presented by Community Storehouse

| Feb. 24-28

| Feb. 25

| Feb. 27

This is a virtual event.

Dickies Arena

Omni Fort Worth Hotel

 

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

 

To get there, ride bus routes 145a5b69, or 14 to Houston and 14th

 

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Topiaries in the Garden

Free Fri-yay Rides

Air Force Reserve Basketball Championships

Presented by Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Presented by Fort Worth Bike Sharing

 

| Through Jun. 30

| Mar. 5

| Mar. 8 – 14

Cutting Edge Haunted House

Casa Mañana Theatre

Will Rogers Memorial Center

To get there, ride bus route 7 to University and Botanic Gardens.

To get there, use the Trinity Metro trip planner to find the bus stop closest to your desired bike station.

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

 

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Trinity Metro newsletter. Guest blog carpenter's cafe.   We'll Take the Wheel. Trinity Metro blog.

NEW ON THE BLOG

WE’LL TAKE THE WHEEL

During Black History Month, we are featuring stories from local businesses that lift the voices of black business owners. Meet Cafe owners, Travis and Katrina Carpenter, After encouragement from friends and family, The Carpenter’s transitioned from operating out of a food truck to opening their first brick and mortar in the Near Southside across from Texas Health Harris Hospital in 2020

Episode 2 of the second season of We’ll Take the Wheel is now live. We are celebrating Black History Month with an episode featuring the voices of Trinity Metro. They share thoughts from African American leaders, poets and philanthropists who have made an impact in the fight for equality.

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