Fort Worth, TX
Photograph - Digital Photograph
This is my favorite way to get to Dallas from Fort Worth: the TRE! You can read, relax, sleep, log onto the internet, and most importantly, avoid the traffic. The Trinity Railway Express (or TRE) is a commuter rail line in the Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex. It was established by an interlocal agreement between Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T). The TRE began operating in December, 1996. The TRE commuter line has a daily ridership of 9,800 and is the fourteenth most-ridden commuter rail system in the country. Annual ridership on the TRE exceeds two and a half million persons. The eastern terminus of the TRE line is Dallas Union Station on the west side of downtown Dallas. The line runs northwest, past the American Airlines Center and Southwestern Medical Center, through Irving, DFW Airport, Hurst, and Richland Hills before ending with two stops in downtown Fort Worth (the Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center at 9th and Jones Streets and the T&P Station on Throckmorton Street). There are a total of ten regular station stops, including a stop at Victory Station at the American Airlines Center.
FEATURED PHOTO, Top Three Contest Winners group, 1/7/13
SECOND PLACE finish, (tie), Transportation contest, 1/6/13
FEATURED PHOTO, USA Artist News DAILY LIMIT 1 group 12/21/12
December 21st, 2012
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