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TTA NEWSLETTER: Announcing the Board of Directors

6 Mar 2018 8:15 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)

TTA NEWSLETTER

March 6, 2018

ANNOUNCING: The 2018 Board of Directors

Over the past few weeks, The Tarrant Transit Alliance has been hard at work formalizing our organization's structure.  This includes forming our Board of Directors and finalizing the first draft of our Strategic Plan.  This list is just the beginning, and a few more wonderful folk will be added in, but we just couldn't wait to share this exciting news!  

We are now working on formalizing our committee structures and pushing our strategic plan forward.  If you missed the sign up last time and are looking for a way to get involved with the Tarrant Transit Alliance, please fill out the following form:

SIGN ME UP!

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TRANSIT IN THE NEWS

TRINITY METRO SHOWS OFF ITS NEW LOOK

Recently, the Fort Worth Transportation Authority announced that it would be changing its name to "Trinity Metro."  Last week, they unveiled their new look.

Read all about it

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MOLLY THE TROLLEY IS ONCE AGAIN FREE!

The Fort Worth Convention and Visitor's Bureau announced its own name change last week, unveiling that they would now be known as "Visit Fort Worth" at their Annual Meeting.  Another announcement - starting this Thursday, Molly the Trolley would once again be FREE for all riders!  We can't think of a better way to get around downtown Fort Worth!

Read all about it

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CALL TO ACTION:
Tell Congress: Unite to Support Public Transportation

The Administration’s infrastructure initiative and budget recommendations will cut funding for critical public transportation infrastructure programs, including the Capital Investment Grant (CIG) program, Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery program (TIGER), and Amtrak.

Congress has the opportunity to include funding for public transportation in their infrastructure legislation and protect and increase funding for public transportation in the federal budget. Investments in public transportation will contribute to economic growth, jobs and getting people back to work—all pieces that can make our economy stronger.

Remind your elected representatives that their constituents care about public transportation and want robust federal funding for our public transit infrastructure. Please click on the button below to urge Congress to unite and support public transportation in any future infrastructure legislation.

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CONTACT US

(682) 231-2036

PO Box 470474
Fort Worth, TX 76147

rachel@TarrantTransitAlliance.org

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