Tarrant Transit Alliance
Please consider joining the Tarrant Transit Alliance in the 2019 year.
Your financial support of the Tarrant Transit Alliance will help us to continue to build on our recent successes to make this region more economically competitive with our peers throughout the United States.
There are different levels of Membership based on what you are able to contribute.
To learn more, click on one of the buttons below.
Join as an Individual
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If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Albright at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sponsor the Tarrant Transit Alliance
Sponsoring the Tarrant Transit Alliance brings special recognition to your organization. It signals your support for transit-oriented development and the economic development potential realized from an expanded regional transit system.
There are several sponsorship opportunities available:
Sponsor a Monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer - $300
The Tarrant Transit Alliance holds monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixers on the third Thursday of the month. At these mixers, attendees will get to hear updates from people who are working on pushing transportation forward and network with other transportation advocates in the region. As a Mixer Sponsor, your company's logo will be featured on the event's website, signage at the Mixer, and you will get a sponsor table where you can promote your company.
Sponsor a Tarrant Transit Alliance Event - $500
The Tarrant Transit Alliance holds programs that aim to educate participants on important topics surrounding transportation in our region. If you would be interested in adding your company to the list of potential sponsors to reach out to before events are published, please contact us. Event sponsors get their company's logo on the event's website, and signage and a sponsor table at the event.
2019 Annual Sponsors
There are two different levels of Annual Sponsorship for the Tarrant Transit Alliance:
$5000 Gold Sponsorship - $5,000
Gold Sponsorships come with recognition on our website’s homepage, social media recognition, company logo at all TTA events and membership for two key representatives at your company.
$10,000 Platinum Sponsorship - $10,000
Platinum Sponsorships come with priority recognition on our website’s homepage, social media recognition, headline company logo at all TTA events and membership for four key representatives at your company.
If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact Rachel Albright at email@example.com or call her at 682-231-2036.
Join a Committee!
There are several ways to get involved with the Tarrant Transit Alliance and move transit forward.
Join the Membership Committee and help plan monthly "Friends of Transit" Happy Hours around Tarrant County.
Interested in being a part of the inner circle? Apply to be our Membership Committee Chair!
Join the Ridership Committee and work on improving Bus Shelters in Tarrant County
Join the Education Committee and help us plan the 2019 Transit Academy
If you are interested in getting involved, please click on the button below!
Save the Date - January Friends of Transit Happy Hour
January 17, 2019
The Tarrant Transit Alliance will be launching monthly "Friends of Transit" Happy Hours for people who support Transit in Tarrant County. These Happy Hours will take place all over the county and will include a quick presentation by people who are involved in transit issues in the city. Please save the date, and join us for the first Happy Hour of the year on January 17th.
News you need to know
Update from the City of Fort Worth Transit Technical Advisory Team
The city of Fort Worth has hired Nelson/Nygaard to conduct a study to supplement the 2016 master plan. Over the past few months, the research team has been interviewing various stakeholder groups and conducting market analysis to determine where the population will be growing and where transit demand might be highest in our region. The initial interviews with the stakeholders are clear - we need a more reliable service, with more effective routes. We want to see innovative solutions to our transportation issues that go beyond the bus, and we want improved access to data and improved communications.
It is the hope of the Tarrant Transit Alliance that the recommendations from this study will not only check these boxes but that our transit authority and city leaders will be able to work together to find the funding to make these a reality!
Speaking of communicating data...Did you see Trinity Metro's new data dashboard Trinity Metronomics?
Check it out by clicking on the button below!
Two seasoned professionals join the City of Fort Worth Transportation & Public Works Department
Fort Worth’s Transportation & Public Works Department added two members to its leadership team. They join the staff in January.
Tanya Brooks will be assistant director overseeing the Traffic Management Division. In her new role, she will be responsible for maintaining and operating the city’s parking, signal, street lighting, pavement markings, and street signage programs, as well as the transportation and engineering planning sections.
Chad Edwards will be the mobility and innovation officer. He comes to Fort Worth with nearly 20 years of experience in transportation planning. Most recently, Edwards was assistant vice president of capital planning at Dallas Area Rapid Transit, where he had oversight of several areas, including corridor development, feasibility assessments, transit system planning, and travel demand modeling.
DFW transportation air quality plan gains federal approval
The U.S. Department of Transportation ruled that the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s recently-adopted Metropolitan Transportation Plan comply with federal air quality regulations, allowing current and future transportation projects to proceed.
Mobility 2045: The Metropolitan Transportation Plan for North Central Texas contains $136.4 billion in transportation improvements to be made over the next 20-plus years. The Regional Transportation Council (RTC) approved the plan in June 2018. The plan allocates $17.5 billion more expenditures than Mobility 2040, which the new plan replaces.
State Highway 199, LBJ East, I-20/I-820/U.S. Highway 287 (the Southeast Connector) and transit on the Cotton Belt rail corridor are a few examples of projects where development and implementation may continue, providing needed congestion relief and associated air quality benefits in the rapidly growing region. The Highway 380 corridor will also be studied to determine the best way to accommodate east-west travel in fast-growing Collin and Denton counties.
Planned improvements include $33.3 billion for rail and bus.