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Dallas’ public transportation system offers bus and rail services for Dallas residents.

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Visit DFW Airport site in a new window

DFW International Airport

The T services riders to Dallas/Fort Worth’s International Airport.

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Amtrak is an inter-city train service provider with various locations throughout the United States.

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Visit APTA site in a new window

American Public Transportation Assoc.

The leading force behind public transportation, APTA seeks to improve and promote public transportation endeavors across the United States.

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APTA understands the importance of access to public transportation options for veterans and military families and has initiated the Military/Transit Cooperative Task Force. This group is committed to bridging connections between transit systems and military communities via veteran job fairs, industry wide hiring goals, and facilitation of resource and information sharing.

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Community Grows

Whether you ride or not, public transportation benefits all of us. It reduces pollution, eases traffic congestion, and helps our communities thrive. In cities, suburbs, and rural America, public transit provides vital connections to jobs, education, medical care, and our larger communities. Help us keep America moving.

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Transit Natural Gas Coalition

Transit Natural Gas Coalition

The Transit Natural Gas Coalition was established to share resources and expertise for the benefit of transit agencies, manufacturers, suppliers and industry experts and to help advance natural gas as a fuel of choice for mass transit.

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 FW Bike Share Fort Worth Bike Sharing offers residents and visitors an alternative form of public transportation, which is environmentally friendly and affordable.

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  Getting America to Work is a broad coalition of commuters, businesses, officials and transportation agencies that support vital investments in public transit. The coalition focuses on advocating for the capital funding necessary to bring all of America’s public transit systems into a state of good repair.

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Transit Advertising


Advertising on Buses/Benches

Advertise on Bus Interior/Exterior/Benches

Mackay Advertising has the exclusive contracts for placing advertising displays on Fort Worth Transportation Authority vehicles and bus benches. We offer a wide variety of effective displays for every budget.

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DFW Area Information

 FW Convention & Visitors Bureau As the 16th largest city in the United States and part of the No. 1 tourist destination in Texas, Fort Worth welcomes nearly 5.5 million visitors each year.

No other city boasts such an unmistakable mix of preserved Western heritage and unrivaled artistic offerings. Whether you prefer to spend your time in a museum or watching the world's only twice-daily cattle drive, Fort Worth offers plenty of things to do.
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Visit American Airlines Center in a new window

American Airlines Center

Home to the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, and various touring groups, the American Airlines Center is a popular DFW entertainment destination.

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Fort Worth’s trusted source for news and what’s happening in the city.

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Visit The Dallas Morning News site in a new window

Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News is the official source for news, sports, and entertainment in Dallas.

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Visit City of Fort Worth's site in a new window

City of Fort Worth

Located on the western side of the DFW metroplex, Fort Worth is home to the historic stockyards, Fort Worth Zoo, and Kimbell Art Museum, all available via The T.

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City of Dallas

Texas’ 3rd largest city is an economic, social, and historical destination that is serviced by DART.

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Visit NTCAC site in a new window

North Texas Clean Air Coalition

It is the mission of the North Texas Clean Air Coalition to improve air quality by educating and rewarding businesses in North Texas.

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North Central Texas Council of Governments

The North Central Texas Council of Governments was established with the goal to help local governments plan for sound regional development.

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Try Parking It Program

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Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition

Composed of business commuters, this non-profit organization seeks to find solutions to commuting challenges in DFW.

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Working for Cleanair Awards

Working For Clean Air Awards

Working for Clean Air offer awards to businesses in North Texas for employers who strive to make differences in improving air quality.

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Air North Texas

A regional clean air partnership and campaign to:

Provide a comprehensive air quality resource.

Promote a consistent, regional air quality message.

Leverage existing resources and program strengths in a collaborative effort.

Increase public awareness of specific opportunities for residents to reduce emissions.

Motivate residents to make clean air choices.

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Barnett Shale
Energy Education Council

Barnett Shale Energy Education Council

In the 29 years since the first well was drilled in the Barnett Shale, the natural gas industry has taken steps to ensure that it is a good neighbor. Paramount among those efforts is to operate in a safe, clean and environmentally friendly manner.

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Safe Place Info


ACH Child & Family Services

Safe Place is a locally-administered, national program designed to provide access to immediate help and safety to young people in trouble. Safe Place sites are developed in partnership with business and community locations that are easily accessible to youth. In Tarrant County, this critical community safety net makes it possible for youth to get help fast at locations that display the distinctive yellow and black Safe Place sign.

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