Getting around without gas in Fort Worth, TX

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Gas prices getting you down? We’ve got you covered with four ways to be fuel frugal.

Break out the bikes 🚲

Enjoy pedaling down 100 miles of the Trinity Trails system as you take in the views of downtown. There are also plenty of other locals trails to ride. Don’t have your own bike? Don’t fret — you can rent a bike from Fort Worth Bike Sharing at any of its 60 locations across the city.

Public transit is legit 🚍

DYK the city has a number of different ways to get around, and Trinity Metro is making it a breeze. View the schedule for route updates + download the ZIPZONE app to make your journey even easier.

Get creative with your commute 🚗

Hunt down the best gas prices by using an app like GasBuddy. Split the bill by starting a carpool with your coworkers + get the perks of riding in the HOV lanes. Pro tip: join Trinity Metro’s vanpool service if you’re traveling with a group of five or more.

Get stepping 👟

Warmer weather has finally returned, which means it’s time to break out your walking shoes. While Fort Worth ranked as a “car-dependent city” on Walk Score, there are some neighborhoods you can stroll through on foot. Bluebonnet Place — located adjacent to TCU — scored an 82 out of 100 for its walkable cafés, restaurants + grocery stores.

Ditch the drive and take your family on a guided walking tour through the Stockyards or explore the city with a self-guided tour.