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Getting to
Open Streets

A Near Southside Experience
Presented by Trinity Metro

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Noon to 6 p.m.

Magnolia Avenue between Hemphill St. and 8th Ave.


Open Streets celebrates innovative ways to achieve environmental, social, economic, and public health goals by temporarily closing streets to automobile traffic, so that people may use them for walking, bicycling, dancing, playing and socializing. 

In Fort Worth, Open Streets closes Magnolia Avenue to cars and opens it up to cyclists, food trucks, dog-walkers, skateboarders, yoga classes, face-painters and much more, including Trinity Metro. Come find us, say hello and play games with us!

It’s a community play-day dedicated to neighborly interaction, healthy activity and complete streets awareness. Below are Trinity Metro services that may deliver you to all of the family fun!

If you ride Trinity Metro to Open Streets and purchase your ticket via the GoPass mobile app, you may receive 50% off one local day pass, which entitles you to unlimited transfers for one day on buses, TEXRail, ZIPZONE, and TRE (within Tarrant County). Use the appropriate promo code below to receive your discount. This offer is only available in GoPass and will expire April 13 at 6 p.m. Tap here for details about how to download the app!

Promo codes are as follows:      Adult – OPEN24A     Reduced* – OPEN24R

* Reduced: Available (with valid ID) for seniors 65+, persons with disabilities, Medicare card holders, youth ages 5-19 and veterans with proof of status. No ticket needed for children ages 4 and under.

Tap each image for more information about tickets, schedules, or routes.

Bus – GoPass

You can take several routes to reach the Near Southside, but your best bet is Route 1 Hemphill. It will drop you off at the intersection with Magnolia Avenue. Route 6 8th Ave/McCart stops at the west end of the festival at 8th & Magnolia, while Route 5 Evans Ave/Sierra Vista stops on the east side at S. Main & Magnolia. Ride anywhere in Tarrant County (bus, rail and ZIPZONE on-demand) with a $5 Local Day Pass or anywhere in Tarrant, Dallas or Denton counties with a $12 Regional Day Pass. Download the GoPass app here!


ZIPZONE is an on-demand rideshare service that complements other public transportation options, including buses and trains. Convenient and flexible scheduling helps you get to Open Streets. If you are in the Southside ZIPZONE boundaries, you may ZIP to the festival. Free transfers from bus and rail when you purchase any multi-ride Local Ticket! And ZIPZONE will drop off and pick up near the intersection of Hemphill and Magnolia. Download the GoPass app to book your ride.

Trinity Metro TEXRail/TRE

People from all over the metroplex love Open Streets. One of the best ways to get to the Near Southside is by parking at a TEXRail or TRE Station and riding the rails to T&P Station! With free all-day parking, why not enjoy some of the permanent art installations at each station on your way in. Take a look at the schedule to plan your trip and we’ll see you and your family safe and sound! You may even book a Southside ZIPZONE ride from T&P to the festivities.

Fort Worth Bike Sharing

Fort Worth Bike Sharing provides an affordable, efficient, environmentally-friendly bike share program that complements Trinity Metro’s existing public transportation system. It provides both residents and visitors a healthy, convenient way to move around the city, including the Near Southside. Find the closest docking station HERE. Please note that Fort Worth Bike Sharing use is not included in a Trinity Metro day pass.