Everyone at FWTA is passionate about buses and the community benefits they bring.
Taking the bus instead of your personal vehicle increases your physical activity while allowing you to see more of the city, stress-free.
Buses can help reduce congestion by reducing the number of cars on roads and highways.
And, our environmentally friendly fleet of buses run 100% compressed natural gas, helping keep Fort Worth clean.
We offer bus service to more than 40 routes around Tarrant County, and we are constantly working to improve our services and schedules.
Trinity Railway Express (TRE) rail connects with FWTA bus routes at T&P Station, Intermodal Transportation Center Station, Richland Hills Station, Bell Station, and CentrePort/DFW Airport Station.
The City of Arlington has launched a new on-demand rideshare pilot program as of December 11, 2017.
Metro Arlington Xpress (MAX) bus service will end on December 29, 2017.
Click here for more information on Max bus service and the new rideshare service provided by Via.