FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Officials in the City of Fort Worth are looking into a new way to get people around town. The city is considering adding a private bus or trolley that would serve the most popular spots in Fort Worth.
The vehicles would be part of a “circulator” system offering transportation to and from 7th Street, the cultural district, Magnolia Avenue, the hospital district and downtown.
As it stands, the city has a trolley that just runs downtown.
The proposed “circulator” system would be a public private partnership.
Before any decision is made, the city is looking for input to help planners understand the Fort Worth transportation needs.
Click here to give your anonymous feedback. The transportation survey closes April 7.
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