Fort Worth Central Station

TRE Western Fare Zone

Corner of 9th and Jones Streets

(1001 Jones Street, Fort Worth 76102)

Fort Worth Central Station is home to Trinity Metro’s largest bus transfer center, and Trinity Metro Customer Care maintains a staffed kiosk inside for passenger information services. Taxi, Amtrak, Greyhound and Enterprise Rent-A-Car are available also. Facilities and services are 100% wheelchair accessible.

Customer Features

Wheelchair Accommodations
Restrooms
Telephones
Ticket Vending Machines
“Kiss & Ride” Passenger Drop-Off/Pick-Up
Meeting Rooms
Customer Service Center
Amtrak Train – 1(800)872-7245 – website
Greyhound Bus Depot – 1(800) 261-7331 – website
Enterprise Leasing – 817-885-8219 – website
Taxi Stand

Connecting Bus Routes

Last bus connection here is at 10:15pm. Trinity Metro routes
1, 2, 3, 4, 5A, 5B, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 46, 63, 64, 65, 66, 89, The DASH, Trinity Metro TEXRail board at the FWST’s transfer center.

View a map of downtown Fort Worth Connections

Fort Worth Central Station opened January 12, 2002. Fort Worth Central Station offers access to commuter rail service on Trinity Metro TEXRail and the Trinity Railway Express, as well as regional and national Amtrak train service, taxi and bus service provided by Trinity Metro.

The architecture of Fort Worth Central Station is designed to echo the city’s past while blending with the surrounding buildings downtown. The most striking aspect of the building’s exterior is the 70-foot, four-faced clock tower that has become a Fort Worth landmark.

In addition to the interior and exterior amenities, customers will find visual art an integral part of Fort Worth Central Station. A depiction in clay of the history of African American businesses/life that existed at the site of Fort Worth Central Station between 1865 and 1940 may be seen in five panels inset into the wall of the breezeway entrance.
This was sculpted by artist Paula Blincoe Collins.

On permanent display is a restored original Interurban Trolley (CAR 25) that ran the rails between Fort Worth and Dallas from 1924 to 1934. A shaded courtyard leads to a life-size interactive game board designed by local artist Joan Zalenski.

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Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) Station

Popular Destinations In This Area

Fort Worth Convention Center
Fort Worth Water Gardens
Fort Worth Municipal Building
U.S. Courthouse
Sundance Square

Please note: In Tarrant County, you may need to connect to a Trinity Metro bus to complete your journey to the attraction. Please contact Trinity Metro Customer Care at 817-215-8600 for trip planning assistance or click the Trinity Metro logo on the menu bar.

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