Transportation options in Fort Worth are broader than you might think. Downtown and Sundance Square first come to mind as pedestrian-friendly, but routes between the heart of the city and the vibrant West 7th and Cultural District are easily walkable. It doesn't just stop there. So if you’re new to Fort Worth, just visiting, or you want to explore more than just the traditional car/ride share options, here are some transportation solutions for you.
Ride the Rails
The TEXRail commuter rail serves nine stations from downtown Fort Worth to DFW International Airport's Terminal B. It's a great transfer option for visitors staying in Downtown as well as locals looking to shorten their airport commute. For just $2.50 one-way, jump on TEXRail from two convenient points in downtown: the historic T&P Station or the Fort Worth Central Station.
If you’re coming from the airport and staying outside downtown, Fort Worth’s robust Trinity Metro bus system can get you to the Stockyards or any point beyond.
Splitting time between Big D and Fort Worth? The Trinity Railway Express (TRE) has you covered. It's the best way to get from the Fort to the American Airlines Center (AAC) for shows and hockey games and more. The train will even wait 30 minutes after the end of your event to ensure all riders make it back. This means you can sit back down and enjoy the encore or overtime.
Take the Trolley
Our vintage-style Trolley isn’t just adorable; it's convenient and free. Molly will take you all around downtown Fort Worth, with stops at all major hotels, landmarks, and entertainment venues. You’ll never wait more than 15 minutes for a ride, and Molly runs daily from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.. If you want to go farther than just downtown, Molly the Trolley will drop you off at the Fort Worth Central Station where you can jump on a Trinity Metro bus and go.
Bike It Out
Fort Worth is now a certified Blue Zones® Community. Fort Worth B-Cycle plays an integral part in keeping people moving around Fort Worth and helping people move in ways that support their overall health. With 350 bicycles to borrow, you can explore the 70+ miles of Trinity Trails or just see the city from close-up via the many bike lanes. The best part –– when you’re tired or done, just return the B-Cycle to any one of the 46 stations around town.
If you’re a hesitant biker, you can rent one of Pedego Fort Worth’s electronic bikes. Pedal as you want, and when you need a boost, the bike does more of the work! There’s even an e-bike tour of the Stockyards if you want to see more of the history close-up.
Coming September 2019, Trinity Metro will begin operating The Dash, a series of five electric buses that will transport people from downtown to the renowned Cultural District. The Dash will augment Molly the Trolley, and will make for a super-easy trip from a downtown TRE and TEXRail stop -- the Fort Worth Central Station.