“This is a tremendous time to come out and ride the rails.”
President and CEO
.…on a free ride offer throughout the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.
Trinity Metro’s TEXRail commuter rail line between the Fort Worth T&P Station and DFW Airport Terminal B Station is celebrating its fourth anniversary with free rides through Monday, January 16—as well as free passage on ZIPZONE rides that connect to a TEXRail station.
“TEXRail ridership is growing every month, and this is the perfect time for anyone who hasn’t ridden yet to come out and give it a try,” Adreski said. “With free rides throughout the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, everyone will have a full week to ride TEXRail for free.”
You can plan your TEXRail trip by going here.
In other news, TEXRail has adjusted its 7:10 p.m. train from DFW Airport Terminal B Station so that it runs the full route back to Fort Worth T&P Station. Up until January 10, it had ended at Mercantile Center Station.
“Our customers have been asking for this change, and we’re delighted to make it happen,” said VP of Rail Jon-Erik “AJ” Arjanen. “We listened to their feedback, and we know this will be a great adjustment to help passengers trying to get back to Fort Worth.”
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