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Fort Worth originated as a railway hub. Although a lot has changed, rail travel is still a fantastic way to get to and from Downtown Fort Worth.


TEXRail is a commuter rail line serving 9 stations over 27-miles from Downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport’s Terminal B. This is a cost-effective option for traveling into Downtown Fort Worth or commuting to the airport.

Downtown Stations

  • Fort Worth Central Station
  • T&P Station

Visit the TEXRail website for more information. 



The Trinity Railway Express (TRE) is a quick, efficient, and cost effective way to travel between Fort Worth and Dallas. With two convenient stations located in Downtown, the TRE is a great option for commuters, visitors, and locals alike.

Downtown Stations

Visit the TRE website for more information. 



Fort Worth serves as the Southern hub for the daily Texas Eagle Route, which links:


St. Louis

Little Rock


Fort Worth


San Antonio

Downtown Station

Visit the Amtrack website for more information.