Trinity Metro resumes regular service on some routes
On June 21, Trinity Metro will resume regular service on most bus routes and Trinity Metro TEXRail after operating on a modified schedule since March.
Schedules were altered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As Texas continues reopening, Trinity Metro is aligning service to meet passenger needs.
“Much of Fort Worth is resuming normal activities, so it makes sense to have our bus routes and TEXRail reflect that trend,” said Bob Baulsir, CEO and president of Trinity Metro. “In areas like downtown Fort Worth and the TCC campuses, everyone is not back to work yet, so we will hold off on reinstating some of the routes until they are needed.”
The following routes will not resume on June 21: Molly the Trolley, Burnett Plaza Lunch Line, Juror Shuttle, Route 23 TCC Northeast Campus/TRE, Route 60X Eastside Xpress, Route 61X Normandale Xpress, 111 Bell Shuttle and Route 67X TCC Southeast Campus Xpress.
In addition, Route 44 Central/Azle Ave. and Route 45 TCC Northwest Campus/Angle Ave. will be reduced to operate every 60 minutes. The frequency for Route 15 Stockyards/North Main will be reduced to every 30 minutes.
For a full list of bus route schedules, visit Trinity Metro’s website.
Trinity Railway Express, which is jointly owned and operated by Trinity Metro and DART, will remain on its modified schedule.
About Trinity Metro
Trinity Metro is a regional transportation system that provides public transportation to meet the mobility needs in Tarrant County. The agency offers connections throughout the North Central Texas region, annually providing 8 million passenger trips on buses, TEXRail, ACCESS paratransit, vanpools and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE), a 34-mile commuter rail line jointly owned and operated with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). Trinity Metro is 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.