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  • 22 Jan 2019 8:33 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / January 2019



    Welcome new TTA Members

    We would like to send a special welcome to the newest members of the Tarrant Transit Alliance!

    • Paul McManus
    • Jesse Herrera
    • Matthew Ireland
    • Gannon Gries
    • Maribel Gallardo

    If you or someone you know would like to support our efforts to improve transportation in Tarrant County, please ask them to consider joining the Tarrant Transit Alliance!


    Thank you for supporting TTA!

    A big 'Thank you' to the following companies for sponsoring some upcoming Tarrant Transit Alliance Events:


    If you are interested in sponsoring an upcoming TTA Event, please contact rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org.


    Upcoming Events

    Fort Worth/Dallas WalkUp Wake Up Call

    January 23, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM at the Fort Worth Convention Center

    The WalkUP analysis is a unique study of the current and future development patterns in the Metroplex. It documents the start of the pendulum swinging back to "walkable urban" development that the market is demanding. In comparable markets, like metro Atlanta and Washington, DC, the price premiums generated by the pent-up demand for walkable urban places has been satisfied is being satisfied in redeveloping center cities. Suburbs such as Grapevine and Addison Circle are also developing urban centers. The skillsets, financial, infrastructure, construction and, most importantly, place management necessary to succeed in walkable urban development is fundamentally different than the development trends of the late 20th century, when the vast majority of the Metroplex was developed.

    This event will welcome you to the future of development.

    REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED BUT YOU CAN REGISTER ON-SITE


    FIND OUT MORE



    The Transit Academy Session 3

    January 31, 2019, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM at the Grapevine CVB

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.


    Session 3 - January 31ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY & CREATING THE CONVERSATION

    The third session of the Transit Academy will look at the identification and activation of community resources to support transit conversations.

    FIND OUT MORE


    News you need to know

    Fort Worth is crazy over TEXRail, so is now the time to extend the trains south and west?

    Commuter rail supporters in Fort Worth say the time to strike is while the iron is hot.

    Officials at the new TEXRail train line, which lured more than 11,000 riders in its first weekend, say they want to take advantage of all the buzz created by the service and immediately begin expansion plans.

    The commuter line, which connects Fort Worth, North Richland Hills, Grapevine and DFW Airport, currently only goes as far south as the Texas & Pacific Station in downtown Fort Worth.

    But officials at Trinity Metro, the transit agency that owns TEXRail, believe it’s realistic to extend the line another 1.5 miles to the southwest and open another station in Fort Worth’s medical district — possibly in three to four years, if they get started now.


    A NEW PLAYBOOK FOR SHARED MICROMOBILITY

    An evolving guide for cities struggling with dockless bikes and scooters

    Two years ago fleets of dockless scooters and bikes weren't even within the realm of possibilities. Today, hundreds of cities across the country are grappling with how to manage the latest advances in shared micromobility services.

    That's where Transportation for America's brand new resource—the Shared Micromobility Playbook—comes in as cities consider how best to manage these services.

    Produced with feedback from the 23 cities that participated in our Smart Cities Collaborative, the Playbook is intended to help all cities better understand the variety of policy options at their disposal by exploring the core components of a comprehensive shared micromobility policy.

    This Playbook is an extension of Transportation for America's Smart Cities Collaborative and intended to serve as the start of an ongoing conversation where cities can share their experiences and identify best practices as the results of the first pilot programs across the country come in.

    The Playbook is divided into eight policy sections: General provisions, operations, equipment & safety, parking & street design, equity, communications & community engagement, data, and metrics.

    Each section identifies key policy areas to reflect on, highlights the various options in each policy area, reviews the pros and cons of each level of action, and provides case studies of cities that have enacted certain policies. Sections also include suggested national standards across cities, areas for cities to make local choices, and key considerations when deliberating policy options along with recommendations.

    View the Playbook



    RTC approves legislative program for 86th session

    From the City of Fort Worth City News - NCTCOG’s Regional Transportation Council (RTC) has finalized its legislative program for the 86th Texas Legislature, which began Jan. 8. The RTC remains focused on continuing to improve transportation and air quality and ensuring funding and financing mechanisms are available to support investments in the region’s transportation infrastructure.

    Legislation supporting regional and local decision-making processes by metropolitan planning organizations, county commissioner courts and city councils is a top priority, along with their ability to use tolling, managed lanes, debt financing and public-private partnerships. The RTC is also seeking legislation to ensure fair-share allocation of funds to metropolitan regions, clarify definitions of toll road and comprehensive development agreement, and seek additional revenue for transportation.

    While recent legislative sessions have provided more revenue for transportation, funding realities warrant additional action this session.

    The RTC is encouraging the Legislature to reinstate and protect the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan program revenue, reinstate the appropriation of dedicated revenues to the Low-Income Repair and Replacement Assistance Program (LIRAP) and Local Initiative Projects (LIP), and appropriate LIRAP’s residual balance of previously-collected funds. A proposal to modernize the LIRAP and LIP programs would focus more on transportation projects with an air quality benefit.

    Furthermore, progress should build on past efforts to retain eminent domain authority in transportation corridors and implement performance-based planning.

    Learn more about the RTC’s legislative affairs, including efforts for which it will provide additional support during the 140-day session.


    Teamwork helps region meet transportation challenges despite historic growth

    This map shows the 27-miles TEXRail crosses on its way to the airport and the stations it stops at.

    Prior to the debut of TEXRail on Jan. 10, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced a $908 million loan was awarded to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit System to connect the DART to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This system would be built along the Cotton Belt line and would supply east-west rail connecting downtown Plano to DFW Airport. TEXRail connects DFW Airport to Grapevine and several other stations on its route to Fort Worth.

    The Cotton Belt Corridor Regional Rail Project is a 26-mile passenger railroad extending from DFW Airport eastward to the Plano/Richardson area, covering three counties and seven cities. The project will be constructed primarily within the existing DART-owned railroad right of way. The tracks are currently used for freight rail service.

    TEXRail service brings passengers from downtown Fort Worth to the DFW Airport. When complete, the Plano DART extension will bring passengers from Plano to the airport, where they are able to connect to places such as Grapevine and Fort Worth, and vice-versa, through TEXRail.

    “The funding of this project is a real win for North Texas and couldn’t come at a better time,” Grapevine Mayor William D. Tate said in a statement. “The additional travelers that come as a result of this expansion will have the opportunity to take advantage of our historic downtown area and Grapevine Main station, creating a positive economic benefit that will ultimately accrue to our residents.”



    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 15 Jan 2019 8:30 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / January 2019



    Support the work of 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:

      • 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.

      • 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 rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org or call her at 682-231-2036.


    Upcoming Events

    January Friends of Transit Mixer

    January 17, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 PM at the Twilite Lounge

    We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer!

    Featured Speaker


    Detra Whitmore, Trinity Metro

    At the January Mixer, we will have Detra Whitmore from Trinity Metro speak about the companies approved by the Trinity Metro Board of Directors to conduct first-mile last-mile pilot programs in our region. 

    Interested in sponsoring this mixer? contact Rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org


    REGISTER HERE


    Fort Worth/Dallas WalkUp Wake Up Call

    January 23, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM at the Fort Worth Convention Center

    The WalkUP analysis is a unique study of the current and future development patterns in the Metroplex. It documents the start of the pendulum swinging back to "walkable urban" development that the market is demanding. In comparable markets, like metro Atlanta and Washington, DC, the price premiums generated by the pent-up demand for walkable urban places has been satisfied is being satisfied in redeveloping center cities. Suburbs such as Grapevine and Addison Circle are also developing urban centers. The skillsets, financial, infrastructure, construction and, most importantly, place management necessary to succeed in walkable urban development is fundamentally different than the development trends of the late 20th century, when the vast majority of the Metroplex was developed.

    This event will welcome you to the future of development.


    REGISTER HERE



    The Transit Academy Session 3

    January 31, 2019, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM at the Grapevine CVB

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.


    Session 3 - January 31ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY & CREATING THE CONVERSATION

    The third session of the Transit Academy will look at the identification and activation of community resources to support transit conversations.

    FIND OUT MORE


    News you need to know

    Give input on the city's Active Transportation Plan

    Share your input on the city’s active transportation plan that will improve safety and mobility for people who walk, bike and use public transportation in Fort Worth.

    Meetings are scheduled for:

    • Jan. 24, 6 p.m. at Central Library, 500 West Third.
    • Jan. 28, 6 p.m. at Northwest Regional Library, 6228 Crystal Lake Drive.
    • Jan. 29, 6:45 p.m. at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, 5565 Truman Drive.
    • Jan. 31, 6 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library, 4001 Library Lane.

    The city has partnered with the North Central Texas Council of Governments with support through the Blue Zones Project to create an active transportation plan. Active transportation is transportation powered by human energy (walking and biking). The active transportation plan’s network will include bicycle and pedestrian facilities, as well as connections to the public transportation system, allowing people to get around the city without a car.

    Coordinating this plan with public transportation is important because these trips often start or end with walking or biking. These are essential connections for people who walk (including people who use mobility devices) and bike.

    This plan will integrate and update previous planning efforts such as the Walk Fort Worth and Bike Fort Worth plans, develop the first Trails Master Plan, and provide coordination with the regional Transit Master Plan. The result will be a unified, citywide transportation network for people who walk and bike, with a coordinated implementation strategy for planning, prioritizing and building improvements.

    For those who are unable to attend, an online presentation from the Jan. 24 public meeting will be available for viewing.

    To learn more, contact Julia Ryan at 817-392-2593.


    CAPPA interdisciplinary course teams with AECOM engineering firm to explore untapped transportation modes

    A new interdisciplinary course in the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs will explore recent technological innovations in mobility during Spring 2019.

    CAPPA will team with AECOM, a multinational engineering firm, in an innovative partnership that promotes the cooperative network between UTA and industry, to present the course.

    The Future of Hypermobility will be offered in CAPPA for graduate and upper undergraduate students starting Jan. 24, 2019.

    For the first time in CAPPA, this particular class will include all disciplines within the college with faculty participation from Planning and Landscape Architecture, Architecture and Public Policy. Additionally, UTA’s civil engineering program will be contributing to the class.

    “Similar to previous transformations, brought about by automobiles and airplanes, the future implications of new mobilities are likely to be multidimensional and complex, and their exploration requires an interdisciplinary perspective,” said Ivonne Audirac, interim director of CAPPA’s doctoral planning program.

    Mobility experts from AECOM, that is helping implement the hyperloop technology in Texas, will partner with the class to help teach and further mobility research in the DFW metroplex.

    Steven Duong, associate vice president for design and planning at AECOM and the Hyperloop Texas proposal lead consultant, reached out to CAPPA faculty about a course exploring this project. Duong earned a UTA master’s degree in city and regional planning in 2013.

    The course will explore the future of the hyperloop, and new mobility services such as autonomous vehicles, air taxis and drone-based delivery.


    Grapevine mayor: City stands to benefit from Plano DART extension

    This map shows the 27-miles TEXRail crosses on its way to the airport and the stations it stops at.

    Prior to the debut of TEXRail on Jan. 10, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced a $908 million loan was awarded to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit System to connect the DART to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This system would be built along the Cotton Belt line and would supply east-west rail connecting downtown Plano to DFW Airport. TEXRail connects DFW Airport to Grapevine and several other stations on its route to Fort Worth.

    The Cotton Belt Corridor Regional Rail Project is a 26-mile passenger railroad extending from DFW Airport eastward to the Plano/Richardson area, covering three counties and seven cities. The project will be constructed primarily within the existing DART-owned railroad right of way. The tracks are currently used for freight rail service.

    TEXRail service brings passengers from downtown Fort Worth to the DFW Airport. When complete, the Plano DART extension will bring passengers from Plano to the airport, where they are able to connect to places such as Grapevine and Fort Worth, and vice-versa, through TEXRail.

    “The funding of this project is a real win for North Texas and couldn’t come at a better time,” Grapevine Mayor William D. Tate said in a statement. “The additional travelers that come as a result of this expansion will have the opportunity to take advantage of our historic downtown area and Grapevine Main station, creating a positive economic benefit that will ultimately accrue to our residents.”



    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 8 Jan 2019 8:15 PM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / January 2019



    TEXRail will begin Service January 10

    Trinity Metro has received word from the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that the entire 27-mile TEXRail route has been approved for passenger service. We expect to begin full service from the T&P Station to DFW Airport’s Terminal B on Thursday, Jan. 10.

    BACKGROUND

    On Friday afternoon, Jan. 4, Trinity Metro discovered a signal issue that interrupted train operations. We determined the issue was caused by a hardware installation problem by our signal contractor. We are testing each piece of hardware to make sure that all components are working properly before we begin passenger service.

    President/CEO Paul Ballard credits the FRA for continuing to work with Trinity Metro during a time when they are short-handed. “We greatly appreciate all of the efforts to move TEXRail from the testing phase to full service by all of the personnel at FRA.”

    Plan Your Trip


    Upcoming Events

    January Friends of Transit Mixer

    January 17, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 PM at the Twilite Lounge

    We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer!

    Featured Speaker


    Detra Whitmore, Trinity Metro

    At the January Mixer, we will have Detra Whitmore from Trinity Metro speak about the companies approved by the Trinity Metro Board of Directors to conduct first-mile last-mile pilot programs in our region. 





    Interested in sponsoring this mixer? contact Rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org


    REGISTER HERE



    The Transit Academy Session 3

    January 31, 2019, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM at the Grapevine CVB

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.


    Session 3 - January 31
    ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY & CREATING THE CONVERSATION

    The third session of the Transit Academy will look at the identification and activation of community resources to support transit conversations.



    FIND OUT MORE



    Get Involved with TTA

    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 rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org 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!

    Sign up to Participate


    News you need to know

    Tarrant County's TEXRail makes inaugural ride

    TEXRail kicked off the new year with its "Golden Ticket" event - giving stakeholders and community leaders a chance to take the first ride of the TEXRail train to the DFW airport.

    Several news sources covered the event, you can find out more by clicking on the links below- 


    Plano forms tax zone to generate up to $12.3M to build DART stations along Cotton Belt line

    Two tracts of land near downtown Plano have been designated as a new tax increment finance, or TIF, zone with the anticipation it will generate millions in revenue for the construction of two new passenger rail stations in the area.

    Plano City Council voted unanimously Dec. 18 to establish the new TIF zone, with one tract of land near a future station at the intersection of 12th Street and K Avenue and another near the future Shiloh Road station.

    READ MORE


    Burleson First on List for New Commuter Rail Service

    Earlier this year, the North Central Texas Council of Governments’ (NCTCOG) Regional Transportation Council approved Mobility 2045, a comprehensive transportation plan for Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

    The plan includes the development of Cleburne Line, a commuter rail project which will cost an estimated $1.7 billion.

    NCTCOG initially plans to implement commuter rail service from Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center to Burleson as a pilot project or the first segment of the Cleburne Line.

    READ MORE



    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 1 Jan 2019 8:30 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / January 2019



    Wishing you a very happy 2019 
    from the Tarrant Transit Alliance!


    Upcoming Events

    January Friends of Transit Happy Hour

    January 17, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 PM

    We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer!

    Featured Speaker


    Detra Whitmore, Trinity Metro

    At the January Mixer, we will have Detra Whitmore from Trinity Metro speak about the companies approved by the Trinity Metro Board of Directors to conduct first-mile last-mile pilot programs in our region. 

    Interested in sponsoring this mixer? contact Rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org


    REGISTER HERE


    Get Involved with TTA

    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 rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org 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!


    News you need to know

    Dallas Area Rapid Transit awards contract to build Cotton Belt rail line

    Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has approved a $783 million contract for Archer Western Herzog joint venture to design and build the 26-mile Cotton Belt commuter rail line.

    The line will stretch across North Texas from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Plano, and it will connect northern areas of Tarrant, Dallas and Collin counties.

    Archer Western Herzog JV is composed of Irving-based Archer Western Construction and Fort Worth-based Herzog Contracting Corp. Cotton Belt includes 10 total stations as well as interchanges with the DART light-rail Orange, Green and Red lines, the TEXRail commuter line to Fort Worth and local bus services. Stations will be located in Dallas, Carrollton, Addison, Richardson and Plano. Archer Western Herzog will work on the rail line with assistance from lead designer Jacobs Engineering.

    READ MORE



    TxDOT Seeking Public Input On Future Of Rail In Texas

    The Texas Department of Transportation is seeking public input on an update to the Texas Rail Plan, which includes a list of current and future rail projects that the public will have the opportunity to learn about and submit comments. The plan also keeps inventory of all rail lines; analyzes rail service goals and contributions to the economy; catalogs and assesses potential infrastructure projects; and examines finance strategies for projects and services.

    The public can review and provide input on the plan via the online meeting. There also is a survey and online form to submit public comments until Jan. 8, 2019. These options provide an opportunity for the public to comment on all rail-related issues in Texas, both freight and passenger, as well as existing and future projects and programs.

    The rail system is a critical component of our thriving economy, safely connecting industries, ports and people. Per federal requirements, states must have a state rail plan that is updated every four years to establish policy, priorities and implementation strategies for freight and passenger rail in the state.

    For media inquiries contact MediaRelations@txdot.gov or call (512) 463-8700.




    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 21 Dec 2018 8:18 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / December 2018




    Join the 
    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

    Join as a Company

    If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Albright at rachel@tarrranttransitalliance.org




    A Note From TTA

    A 2019 Texas Legislative Session Update

    Recently, I attended two events that outlined the new Legislative Priorities at the Texas state level. The first was the Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition's Legislative Panelwhich featured Senator Kelly Hancock; State Representatives Stephanie Klick, Matt Krause, Chris Turner, Tony Tinderholt; and State Senator-Elect Beverly Powell.  At this session, these representatives spoke about what the top priorities will be in the coming year.  These priorities include Public school finance and property tax reform, school safety solutions, and Hurricane Harvey relief.  Other items mentioned were cost-effective healthcare, quality public education & workforce training, tourism & expansion of transportation options.


    Likewise, at the Texas Transit Association'Pre-Session Legislative Seminar in Austin, several speakers listed similar priorities - Public school finance, property tax reform, school safety, and Hurricane Harvey relief.  While these issues were highlighted, more conversations were surrounding what we could do in the Transportation arena.  This seminar included several representatives, transit agency workers, and lobbyists speaking openly about what priorities they will be pushing forward in the 2019 year.  The big takeaway? TxDOT might be ready to consider transit projects that help relieve congestion issues. Want to get a new transit project funded? Tell the story of how that project will save time and money, and back it up with lots of data!


    Rachel Albright

    The Tarrant Transit Alliance


    Announcing the 2019 Board of Directors

    We are pleased to announce the 2019 TTA Board of Directors:

    • Jeff Davis – Republic Title – Chairman
    • Andre McEwing – Tarrant County College – Vice Chair and Advocacy Chair
    • Karen Vermaire Fox – The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth – Secretary/Treasurer

    • Hap Baggett – Happy Baggett Properties
    • Paul Ballard – Trinity Metro – Honorary Board Member
    • Bob Baulsir – Trinity Metro – Honorary Board Member
    • Mike Brennan – Near Southside, Inc.
    • Graham Brizendine – McKesson Pharmaceutical & Broker Direct Real Estate
    • Amy Buresh – The DASH, FW Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Commission
    • Shanna Cate – Trinity River Vision
    • Travis Clegg – Peloton Land Solutions
    • Michelle Davis-Mohammed – Tarrant County College
    • Rainey Dock Matthews – Mayors Committee on Persons With Disabilities
    • Sal Espino – Trinity Metro – Honorary Board Member
    • Bob Farley – City of Grapevine
    • Maribel Gallardo – Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
    • Bob Jameson – Visit Fort Worth
    • Melissa Konur – Downtown Fort Worth Inc.
    • Stacy Marshall – Southeast Fort Worth Inc.
    • Monty Mohon – University of North Texas Health Science Center
    • Sadie Murray
    • TD Smyers – United Way Tarrant County
    • Jennifer Trevino – Girls Inc. of Tarrant County
    • Walter Williams – Tarrant County College District


    Upcoming Events

    January Friends of Transit Happy Hour

    January 17, 2019

    We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer!

    At the January Mixer, we will have Detra Whitmore from Trinity Metro speak about the companies approved by the Trinity Metro Board of Directors to conduct first-mile last-mile pilot programs in our region.  The location will be announced soon.

    Interested in sponsoring this mixer? 
    Contact Rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org


    REGISTER HERE


    Get Involved with TTA

    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 rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org 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!


    News you need to know

    Bob Baulsir Named CEO of Trinity Metro

    On Monday, the Trinity Metro Board named Bob Baulsir as the CEO who will take current CEO Paul Ballard's place on April 15, 2019. Bob began working at Trinity Metro in 2014 shortly after Paul Ballard and has played a pivotal role in getting the TEXRail project off the ground.

    Read More Here


    New Trinity Railway Express station could transform a former gravel pit to a transit-oriented development

    TEXRail has been getting a lot of the love lately, but let's not forget about our friend the TRE.  There is a new station opening up that is a prime example of Transit-Oriented Development.  Find out more about the Trinity Lakes Development and the new TRE station using the links below -

    Read More Here

    Watch the Video



    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 12 Dec 2018 8:16 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)


    News you need to know to move transit forward in Tarrant County

     ENews / December 2018




    Join the 
    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

    Join as a Company

    If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Albright at rachel@tarrranttransitalliance.org




    Get Involved with TTA

    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 rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org 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!



    Upcoming Events

    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! 


    Trinity Metronomics

    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.


    Thank you to our Annual Sponsors!

    SUPER SPONSORS


  • 4 Dec 2018 10:17 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)

    Want to have fun and explore Fort Worth via Trinity Metro?

    Take the TM System Map Challenge.

    To better serve their customers, Trinity Metro is redesigning their system map along with their route schedules and would love to have YOUR input and feedback.

    A focus group is being formed to evaluate the current system map and route schedule against their newly designed system map and route schedule.

    In order to be selected, you must be able to get to and from one of the Trinity Metro stations or bus stops. This challenge will require you to use the Trinity Metro bus system and will entail going to a destination on Route 1. See Route 1 here. You will be provided with the materials and day passes for this challenge.

    Here are the challenge requirements:

    • Focus Group to consist of at least two participants in each of the following age categories:
      • 18 - 34
      • 35 - 54
      • 55+

    Note: participants will be randomly selected and notified by Trinity Metro before Dec. 10, 2018. If selected, you may complete this challenge by yourself or with a travel buddy.

    • Completion of a trip on Route 1 via a Trinity Metro bus between the dates of December 10, 2018 through Jan 10, 2019.
    • Answering a series of questions regarding your experience navigating the system map and route schedule by January 10, 2019.


    Click the button below to express your interest in being a participant
    in the system map challenge!

    Participate Now!



  • 8 Oct 2018 8:30 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)

    We invite you to participate in a community survey about your transportation habits and needs, specifically your transportation patterns to downtown, the West 7th area and the Cultural District. 

    This survey will require about 5 minutes of your time. Your individual responses are completely confidential and will never be shared. Thank you for your participation in this important research. Please complete the survey within the next 4 days.

    Click here to take the survey


    If you have already taken the survey we appreciate your feedback.

    Feel free to forward the survey link to others you know who live and/or work in downtown, W. 7th corridor, and the Cultural District

    Thank you for your time and participation!


  • 12 Sep 2018 8:30 AM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)

    An update from the Tarrant Transit Alliance

    TTA NEWSLETTER

    September 12, 2018


    Big Announcements

    Join the Tarrant Transit Alliance

    Do you care about multi-modal transportation in Tarrant County?

    The TTA is working to push transit forward in Tarrant County to create a better connected, equitable, economic engine that will benefit our entire region, but we need your help!  If you want to be a part of the change and support our efforts, please consider joining the Tarrant Transit Alliance.


    An Update on the DASH

    The DASH is a Cultural District circulator that is scheduled to begin operating in the spring of 2019.  This public-private all-electric circulator will help folks get from downtown Fort Worth to the West 7th developments, the art museums, all the way to the Science and History Museum and back!  

    If you attended the West 7th Redesign Public Meetings, you might have gotten a chance to learn a little bit about this exciting project.  Recently, the group responsible for the DASH has hired a market research firm to survey potential riders on travel patterns to finalize the hours of operation.  They have also released the images below to help give us an idea of the look and feel of the DASH.  We at TTA are looking forward to hearing more about this exciting project and will keep you updated as we learn more.

    Design First Mile Competition

    Grab your art supplies and prepare your entry in the First Mile artwork contest. The winner’s artwork will be seen on public bikes all over Fort Worth.

    Each participant is asked to create a logo and artwork for Fort Worth Bike Sharing’s First Mile program. The chosen design will be seen on 200 bikes, more than 20 stations and in social media posts during the launch campaign.

    First Mile provides low-income and transit-dependent members of the Fort Worth community with discounted memberships for the Fort Worth BCycle system.

    Deadline to submit entries is Sept. 28.

    To learn more, contact Fort Worth Bike Sharing.


    Sponsor the Transit Academy

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private-sector and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and about the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.

    Sponsorship opportunities are now available for this unique series.  

    Find out more here.


    Be sure to follow @TarrantTransit on Twitter and @TarrantTransitAlliance on Facebook for more news and updates regarding transit in Tarrant County and across the nation. 




    The 2018 TTA Transit Academy

    September - November 2018

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs in Tarrant County.

    Find out More




    NCTCOG Public Meetings

    September 19, 25 & 27

    Residents can learn more about a proposal to improve bicycle-pedestrian access through the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth area and various other transportation-focused efforts during public meetings in September.

    The North Central Texas Council of Governments will host a public meeting series beginning at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 at its Arlington offices. Meetings are also scheduled for 6 p.m. Sept. 11 in Dallas and 6 p.m. Sept. 19 in North Richland Hills.

    Staff will present several improvements and funding recommendations identified to fill gaps in the area’s expanding bicycle-pedestrian trail network. The public will hear about progress on the 53-mile Fort Worth-to-Dallas regional trail network and the Cotton Belt trail at the meetings.

    Residents will also have the opportunity to learn about and comment on new transit projects being funded by the Federal Transit Administration through Fiscal Year 2018. The funds will be split among the following programs: Urbanized Area Formula, Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities, State of Good Repair, and Bus and Bus Facilities.

    Additionally, information regarding the automated vehicle program and the deployment of AV fleets in North Texas will be discussed at the public meetings. North Texas has become a leader in the deployment of this technology and seeks to continue cultivating partnerships to help it expand in the years to come.

    A revision of the Public Participation Plan used to inform and engage the public about transportation initiatives will also be presented. The plan outlines the principles, goals and strategies for involving North Texans in the transportation and air quality planning process. This includes procedures for public comment periods. Staff will present proposed revisions to the plan that reflect new legislative requirements and the increasing role of video in public input opportunities. 

    Furthermore, residents will have the chance to provide input on the proposed modifications to transportation and related air quality planning tasks managed by the metropolitan planning organization. Proposed modifications to the Fiscal Year 2018 and Fiscal Year 2019 Unified Planning Work Program will be presented for discussion. 

    Other resources and information about proposed modifications to the list of funded projects, electric vehicle incentives, the Regional Smoking Vehicle Program and AirCheckTexas Drive a Clean Machine will also be highlighted during the meetings.

    Watch the Arlington meeting live at www.nctcog.org/video. For more information on the public meetings, visit www.nctcog.org/input.

    Find out More


    City of Fort Worth Active Transportation Plan

    September 25 & 27, October 2, 3, 8, 9 & 10 @ 6:00 PM

    Do you walk or ride your bike in Fort Worth? Do you use public transportation? If you answered yes to one of these questions, mark your calendar and make plans to attend a public meeting to give input on how the city can make mobility improvements. The City of Fort Worth has partnered with the North Central Texas Council of Governments with support through the Blue Zones Project to create an Active Transportation Plan (http://fortworthtexas.gov/atp/). Active transportation is transportation powered by human energy, and the active transportation network is the bicycle and pedestrian facilities, as well as connections to the public transportation system, that allows people to get around the city without a car. Public transportation is active travel because it often starts or ends with a walking trip and it provides an essential connection for people who walk (including people who use mobility devices). This plan will integrate and update previous planning efforts such as the Walk Fort Worth and Bike Fort Worth plans, develop a new Trails Master Plan and provide coordination with the regional Transit Master Plan. The result will be a unified, citywide transportation network for people who walk and bike, with a coordinated implementation strategy for planning, prioritizing and building improvements.

    The Sept. 25 meeting will have a presentation at 6 p.m. followed by audience comments and questions. The other meetings will be an open house format so the public may come and go at their convenience, and staff will be available to answer questions. For those who are unable to attend, an online presentation from the Sept. 25 public meeting and online survey will be available through Nov. 2. To learn more, contact Julia Ryan at 817-392-2593.


    Find out More








    Getting to mobility as a service, with Chloe Spano

    "Gather all the mobility services that exist and combine them to provide the most efficient travel plan. Help the end user to make the decision to make the modal shift from the car to other modes. Help the agencies to keep improving the system. . . . That's the vision. It's fun to work on."

    On the latest podcast, we're joined by Chloe Spano for a look at integrated mobility systems and the promise of mobility as a service. A native of France, Chloe has been with Cityway since it was a startup 18 years ago, working with transit agencies to provide information for transit riders. Fast forward to current efforts in the greater Paris region to prepare for the 2024 Olympics by integrating transit and other modes (from roadway congestion to bike share and carpooling options) to provide real-time, predictive trip planning and payment for the general public.

    What are the most important factors in making this happen? First, good data: from all the players involved and with the elements needed to create an intermodal trip planner. "Agencies should own their data." Secondly, getting all the large and small players to work together - cities, regions, different mobility providers.

    What about suburbs and rural locations? What about dockless bikes and scooters?

    Learn More & Listen

  • 28 Aug 2018 8:15 PM | Rachel Albright (Administrator)

    An update from the Tarrant Transit Alliance

    TTA NEWSLETTER

    August 28, 2018


    Big Announcements

    Join the Tarrant Transit Alliance

    Do you care about multi-modal transportation in Tarrant County?

    The TTA is working to push transit forward in Tarrant County to create a better connected, equitable, economic engine that will benefit our entire region, but we need your help!  If you want to be a part of the change and support our efforts, please consider joining the Tarrant Transit Alliance.


    Transit Service begins throughout all TCC Campuses

    Starting August 13, transit service became available to all TCC Campuses, including the Northeast and Southeast Campuses.

    TCC students with a current student ID can use this ID as a free pass to ride on any Trinity Metro bus and the Trinity Rail Express.

    To find out more, click here.


    Sponsor the Transit Academy

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private-sector and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and about the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs.

    Sponsorship opportunities are now available for this unique series.  

    Find out more here.


    Rail~Volution

    Rail~Volution will be holding its annual conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this year, from October 21-24, 2018. Their conference is “the only transportation conference that showcases the link between land use, transit, and development.” It is an event where planners, grass-roots and non-profit organizers, academics, transit officials, developers, health and housing advocates, and elected officials can come together to discuss, share, and innovate – all to provide “solutions for building livable communities with transit.” 

    FIND OUT MORE


    Be sure to follow @TarrantTransit on Twitter and @TarrantTransitAlliance on Facebook for more news and updates regarding transit in Tarrant County and across the nation. 




    Friends of Transit Mixer

    September 6, 2018

    We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our very first "Friends of Transit" Mixer!

    For the first Friends of Transit Happy Hour, we will be celebrating the Tarrant Transit Alliance's first birthday at the Lazy Moose! Enjoy great conversation with likeminded folks on September 6th.

    This event is FREE to attend, but please RSVP so we know to expect you!

    RSVP




    The 2018 TTA Transit Academy

    September - November 2018

    The TTA Transit Academy is designed to equip private- and public-sector leaders across Tarrant County with the personal and group tools to lead conversations about the value of multi-modal transit across the region and the emerging mass transit options that can address our mobility needs in Tarrant County.

    Find out More








    The Texas Mobility Summit

    October 28 - 30

    The Texas Innovation Alliance in partnership with the City of Arlington, North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), and metropolitan regions across the state are coming together to host the third annual Texas Mobility Summit on October 28-30, 2018. The goal of the Summit is to address common mobility challenges, showcase active and shovel-ready projects, and open the door to public-private partnership opportunities. As a leader in mobility and innovation, we invite you to join teams of transportation agencies, research institutions, industry thought leaders, and policymakers in advancing Texas’ transportation future.


    Find out More




CONTACT US

(682) 231-2036

PO Box 470474
Fort Worth, TX 76147

rachel@TarrantTransitAlliance.org

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