Late June Newsletter

Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter

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Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter Juneteenth

MAKE YOUR MOVE

JOIN US FOR OPAL’S WALK FOR JUNETEENTH

Trinity Metro is proud to be joining Miss Opal Lee on her annual 2.5-mile walk to recognize Juneteenth as a national holiday. If you’d like to join, in-person or virtually, please click here. See you Saturday!

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WHAT’S NEW AT TRINITY METRO?

 

Trinity Metro Blog Late May Newsletter Advancing East Lancaster

ADVANCING EAST LANCASTER PUBLIC MEETINGS

Learn more about Advancing East Lancaster to help create the transit-oriented development (TOD) plan. These meetings are designed for residents to learn more about how their input can help us develop a plan for a connected, accessible, and thriving corridor from downtown Fort Worth on Lancaster Avenue past Handley Drive through the implementation of local high-capacity transit and surrounding economic development.

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JULY 4-5 SERVICE CHANGES

In observance of the Independence Day holiday, Trinity Metro will be operating on a holiday schedule on July 4 and 5.

Have a safe and happy Independence Day!

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Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter Independence Day Rider Alert

 

Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter Free Rides on ZIPZONE

FREE ZIPZONE RIDES THROUGH JUNE 30

Trinity Metro is celebrating the expansion of another ZIPZONE – and that means free rides on all ZIPZONEs during the month of June. The new South Tarrant ZIPZONE serves Crowley, Everman and parts of south Fort Worth. Hours of operation are 7 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays.

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FREE RIDES FOR JOB SEEKERS

Trinity Metro is here to support all job seekers in their search. If you need a ride to and from a job interview or hiring event, we’ll take care of the driving! Just show your driver or conductor a communication from the hiring organization.

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Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter Free Rides for Job Seekers

 


Trinity Metro Blog Late June 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.

Sweet Tooth Motel Pop Up

Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas

Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe Anniversary Party

Presented by The Foundry District


| June 18 – Aug. 29

Sweet Tooth Motel

To get there, ride bus route 10 to White Settlement and Foch.

 

Presented by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

| June 5

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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

 

 

Presented by Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe


| June 26

Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe

To get there, ride the Southside ZIPZONE or bus route 5a5bor 9 to Main and Petersmith.

 

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Doretha’s Blues and Miss Juneteenth

Kinky Boots

Buddha, Shiva, Lotus, Dragon

Presented by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

| June 19

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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

Presented by Amphibian Stage

June 23-26

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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

Presented by the Kimbell Art Museum


| June 27 – Sept. 5

Kimbell Art Museum

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

LEARN MORE > LEARN MORE > LEARN MORE >

 

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.

LEARN MORE > LEARN MORE > LEARN MORE >

 


 

Trinity Metro Blog Late June Newsletter Meet the ENVOY Ricky

MEET THE ENVOY’s

Ricky has been a part of the Trinity Metro family for 22 years. He says the best part of his job is seeing people training riders on how to be independent using transit and seeing them be successful at it.

Ricky advises using public transit to help riders save money on transportation, parking and gas. Ricky uses Route 15 to enjoy Mediterranean food at Byblos.

 


 

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Trinity Metro Blog. Advancing East Lancaster Trinity Metro Blog Pride Newsletter

Visit our blog to learn more about Advancing East Lancaster, the project which is looking to introduce high-capacity transit on East Lancaster Avenue.

In this special edition of Make Your Move, we compile local events celebrating PRIDE and how to use Trinity Metro services to get there.

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