Fort Worth gets free rides on Trinity Metro buses and rail all November
Wheee free rides: Trinity Metro, the regional transportation system that provides public transportation to meet the mobility needs in Tarrant County, is offering free rides for all passengers throughout November.
The agency is offering the freebie to celebrate its 40 years of serving the community.
The free rides will be available on:
- all buses
- ZIPZONE on-demand rideshare services
- ACCESS paratransit
Plus, passengers can ride for free in the west zone (between Fort Worth T&P Station and CentrePort Station) of Trinity Railway Express.
Trinity Metro offers connections throughout the North Central Texas region via buses, TEXRail, ACCESS paratransit, ZIPZONEs, Fort Worth Bike Sharing, vanpools, and Trinity Railway Express (TRE), a 34-mile commuter rail line it jointly owns and operates with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
Trinity Metro is also the sole owner and operator of TEXRail, a 27-mile commuter rail line that runs between downtown Fort Worth and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s Terminal B.
Trinity Metro began operating on Nov. 8, 1983, as the Fort Worth Transportation Authority. As a release notes, much has changed over the years with the range of services and community growing and developing.
“Trinity Metro has been an integral part of the community for 40 years,” said President & CEO Richard Andreski. “We want to celebrate our 40th anniversary by offering free trips throughout November as way to thank our loyal riders – and to invite new riders to try our transit network.”