Transportation & Parking
Check out fortworthparking.com for all the available parking during the festival. Please be sure to consult all of Downtown’s Street Closures before heading out.
Trinity Metro (formerly Fort Worth Transportation Authority), has you covered!
To make it easy for everyone to get to MAIN ST., Trinity Metro offers many options from around Fort Worth. Bus Routes 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 15 46 and The Spur* will operate normal service schedules to the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC), only one block from the Festival.
The downtown Molly the Trolley circulator will operate on a normal schedule (Free), with a slight detour to avoid Festival street closures.
Roundtrip bus fare is $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for reduced fare. Local Day Passes are sold for $5 and include unlimited rides on FWTA buses and TRE train service in Tarrant County. Regional Day Passes are sold for $10 and included unlimited rides on services in Tarrant, Dallas and Denton Counties.
NOTE: Due to construction and other issues, we are unable to run expanded services or public shuttles for MAIN ST. this year from either Farrington Field or Billy Bob's.
Take the Trinity Railway Express (TRE)
The TRE station, located at the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) at Jones and 9th Streets, is only two blocks from the Arts Festival. The trains will operate all days of the festival, including Sunday.
Roundtrip TRE fare for travelers departing from T&P Station, ITC, Richland Hills Station, Bell Station or CentrePort Station is $5.00 for adults and $2.50 for reduced fare. Roundtrip TRE fare for travelers departing from West Irving Station, Downtown Irving Station, Medical Market Station, Victory Station or Union Station is $10.00 for adults and $2.50 for reduced fare. Traveling in both Tarrant and Dallas Counties will require a regional fare.
Complete schedules for the Fort Worth Transportation Authority's bus service and the TRE are available at the-t.com, trinityrailwaysexpress.org, or by calling Customer Service at 817-215-8600. For DART rail and bus info, go to dart.org.
Fort Worth B-cycle - 14 Stations near the Festival Zone!
Avoid the hassle of parking and ride Bcycle to MAIN ST.! There are 14 bike-sharing stations conveniently located within walking distance of the festival. There’s no better time to try out Fort Worth Bcycle, the first bike sharing system in North Texas. You can also ride bike share from the T&P or Intermodal Transportation Center straight to the heart of Main Street. For full system map and additional information, please visit www.fortworthbikesharing.org.