Tarrant County College to provide Trinity Metro bus rides for students

Tarrant County College students will soon have a free option for getting around town. Thanks to an agreement between TCC and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority, students will be able to ride any of the 38 bus routes in Tarrant County and TCC will pick up the tab.

Starting May 15, TCC students will be able to use their student identification cards to access any of the bus routes in Trinity Metro’ system. The rides will then be paid by TCC.

As part of the EasyRide agreement, Trinity Metro will provide new bus service to TCC Northeast and TCC Southeast campuses beginning in August, prior to the start of the fall semester. Trinity Metro currently serves TCC’s other locations: Trinity River Campus, South Campus, Northwest Campus and the Erma C. Johnson Hadley Northwest Center of Excellence for Aviation, Transportation and Logistics.

Students enrolled in TCC’2018 summer term will be among the first students eligible for the EasyRide Program. Students issued TCC identification cards after May 15 will have EasyRide eligibility. Students with TCC identification cards issued prior to May 15 must have their cards activated for the EasyRide program. They will need to take their ID card to a TCC Copy Center for activation.


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