Get out and Vote!
In-person early voting runs April 22-30 in the May 4 city election for mayor and city council.
To locate an early voting site in Tarrant County, Click here.
Not sure who to vote for?
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram ran a great Voters Guide for the City of Fort Worth and Arlington. See it here.
What's Going On With TTA?
Welcome New TTA Members:
A big welcome to the newest members of the Tarrant Transit Alliance:
- Scott Arnold – Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
- Jennifer Grissom – Fort Worth Bike Sharing
- Stacy Sanford – Expedia / SteerFW
- Jack Thompson – City of Crowley
- Casey Tounget – Transwestern
- Britt West
- Elisabet Westbye – Bike Friendly Fort Worth
2019 Membership Campaign:
Want to be a part of the change in our region?
Join the Tarrant Transit Alliance, or get a friend to join between April 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019 for a chance to WIN BIG!
The Trinity River Vision Authority has graciously donated a fun-filled prize package that includes:
Any new members will be entered into a drawing to win this package. Any existing members will be entered into a separate drawing for an identical package.
Sign up today!
You can be a part of the voice of transit in Tarrant County with some of the best and brightest in our region, including our Founder Council Members, our Annual Sponsors, and our Corporate Members.
Car-Free in Fort Worth:
TTA president Rachel Albright has decided to see what it might look like to ditch her car for the entire month of April to see how our current transit system fairs for a young professional who has been pretty car-reliant. She is on her final week, and has been posting regularly on the TTA website -Read the Blog
TTA & REC of GFW Transit Masterplan Workshop
May 14, 2019 - 5:30 - 7:00 PM
In the Basement of Reata
In 2015, Trinity Metro (formerly known as the T) developed a Master Plan with the help of Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates to determine the actions that the transit agency must take to develop a great transit system that truly meets the needs of Fort Worth and Tarrant County.
In 2017, the Tarrant Transit Alliance and the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth (along with several other civilians and organizations) petitioned the city for increased funding to continue to put the recommendations of this Masterplan into action. While this petition failed, the city made some major changes including re-structuring staff and conducting a supplementary study on the best way for the city to move forward, also lead by Nelson\Nygaard - called Transit Moves | Fort Worth.
Find out more about the project by going to TransitMovesFortWorth.com
While this project is ongoing, the initial data has been collected and the initial strategy findings are about to be published. We invite you as a member of the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth and the Tarrant Transit Alliance to join us for a workshop round table to discuss these strategies and how they might fit into the framework of the city.
The goal of this workshop is to do a deep dive into the recommendations, and voice any priorities and concerns from our representative groups with the Transit Moves | Fort Worth project team.
Cost: $25 - Includes 2 drinks and appetizers
Transit Moves Fort Worth Outreach
May 22 2019 @ 5:30 PM, May 23, 2019 @ 12:00 PM & @ 5:30 PM –
Get Involved in the City of Fort Worth's Transportation Plan!
The City of Fort Worth is excited about the possibility to significantly improve the reach and quality of the city’s transit system. Help us to improve transit by providing input at an upcoming meeting to ensure all your transportation needs are met.
In the News & Online:
Electric-assist bikes roll into town
City of Fort Worth News – Experience the ease and convenience of riding electric as Fort Worth Bike Sharing adds 50 electric-assist bikes to the fleet.
News From Around the Country & Globe:
Emanuel: Chicago Is Now the First U.S. City to Publish Detailed Ride-Hailing Data
Streetsblog – Since at least 2017, the Active Transportation Alliance has advocated for making ride-hailing trip data public so that we can have a better sense of its impacts on the local transportation network and plan and legislate accordingly.
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