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The project logo TEXRail

The project logo TEXRail

TEXRail is Trinity Metro’s 27-mile commuter rail line that extends from downtown Fort Worth through North Fort Worth, North Richland Hills and Grapevine to the northern entrance of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, ending at Terminal B. In Fall 2020, Trinity Metro began conducting the Environmental Assessment and Preliminary Engineering for a 2.1-mile TEXRail extension project. Commuter rail service would continue south from the Fort Worth T&P Station to a proposed new station in the Fort Worth Medical District (south of Mistletoe Boulevard, near Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center). This project website is specifically designed to exchange information with those who are interested in learning about and contributing to the project.


April 15 2021 Virtual Public Meeting

Join Us: Trinity Metro Virtual Public Meeting
When: Thursday, Apr 15, 2021, 6PM

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Join us for this opportunity to exchange information about a new proposed TEXRail station, located behind Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center south of Mistletoe Ave., and the 2.1-mile extension of the TEXRail route.

To learn more or request accommodations at least 72 hours prior to the meeting, visit or contact us by email.

Please return to this page to join the virtual public meeting on April 15 at 6PM CST.


Trinity Metro is a regional transportation system providing public transportation to meet the mobility needs in Tarrant County. The agency offers connections throughout the North Central Texas region, annually providing 8 million passenger trips on buses, TEXRail, vanpools, and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE), a 34-mile commuter rail line jointly owned and operated with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). Trinity Metro is the sole owner and operator of TEXRail, a 27-mile commuter rail line operating between downtown Fort Worth and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s Terminal B.

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