Fort Worth is located in the center of the United States, so it’s accessible from practically anywhere. And once you’re in town, it’s very easy to get around Fort Worth.


Molly the Trolley

Molly Logo

Downtown circulator
Cost: Free


TEXRail Logo

Train to and from DFW Airport
Cost: $2.50 for a single ride

Trinity Metro Bus

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Citywide bus system connecting Downtown to the Stockyards and many additional districts.  
Cost: $5 for an all-day pass on all buses and local trains

The Dash

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Circulator between Downtown
and the Cultural District
Cost: $5 for an all-day pass on all buses
and local trains


TRE Logo

The train connecting Downtown Fort Worth to Dallas.
Cost: $12 for TRE regional pass (to Dallas)

Walking Maps

Ready to hoof it? Walking is a wonderful way to experience the major entertainment districts in addition to the Trinity Trails that connect several of our major districts.

Ride Sharing

Download the Uber or Lyft apps on your smart phone to pick up a ride in minutes. These apps will match you with a local driver who will take you to your destination, and you can simply pay with your phone at the end of your trip.

Fort Worth Bike Sharing

Bike sharing is an inexpensive, healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around Fort Worth. Simply pick up a bike at any bike sharing station and ride it to any other station. You’ll find more than 40 docking stations throughout the city, including downtown, the Near Southside and the Cultural District

Group Transportation

Traveling with a large group? Choose from shuttle service, limos or charter services.