City of Fort Worth, Texas

Table of Contents Public TransportationTrinity MetroACCESS paratransit serviceTrinity Railway Express (TRE)Streets and HighwaysWest Seventh Street Safety ImprovementsCity Transportation ProjectsTexas Department of TransportationNorth Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)Interstate 35North Tarrant ExpressBicycle RoutesParkingCity-owned Parking and MetersFortWorthParking.comResident-Only-Parking Program Public Transportation Trinity Metro Public bus, carpool, vanpool and other public transportation services in Fort Worth […]

Public Transportation

Trinity Metro

Public bus, carpool, vanpool and other public transportation services in Fort Worth and participating cities in greater Tarrant County.

ACCESS paratransit service

A service of Trinity Metro offering door-to-door transportation designed for the mobility impaired.

Trinity Railway Express (TRE)

Commuter rail service between downtown Fort Worth and downtown Dallas. This service is a partnership between Trinity Metro and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

Streets and Highways

West Seventh Street Safety Improvements

View accessibility improvements for the thriving West 7th Street neighborhood underway now.

City Transportation Projects

View city-funded transportation projects.

Texas Department of Transportation

The Texas Department of Transportation maintains state highways and interstates.

North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)

The NTTA constructs and maintains tollways in North Texas.

Interstate 35

Information about construction projects on Interstate 35.

North Tarrant Express

A focused reconstruction of I-820 and I-35W to improve traffic flow.

Bicycle Routes

Find current bike lanes and routes, and learn more about the effort to encourage bicycle commuting.


City-owned Parking and Meters

Find information on city-owned parking lots and meter information/rates.

Provided by Downtown Fort Worth Inc., Fort Worth Parking gives information on parking rates in the city’s most popular areas.

Resident-Only-Parking Program

Find out more about the city’s resident-only-parking program or apply for a permit.

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