The City of Hurst recognizes the need for its citizens and businesses to travel throughout the city, the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, and the entire United States.
The links and phone numbers listed below are provided to help you with your journey.
|Transportation Agency and Website Link||Phone|
Northeast Tarrant Transportation Service (NETS): offers door-to-door transportation services to residents who are disabled or 65 or older. Trained drivers are available to assist passengers in getting on and off vehicles. This service is available in Hurst from 7 am - 6 pm Monday through Friday and costs $2.50 per one-way trip.
3. Social service
4. Senior center
Trip requests are not scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis; the schedules are created to maximize capacity. It may not be possible to accommodate all trip requests, and you will be informed as soon as possible if your trip cannot be scheduled.
Mid Cities Care Corp provides transportation services to senior 65 years of age, or if disabled, at 60 years of age. MCCC services eleven communities, including Hurst.
Clients of MCCC are not "income qualified" and they are never charged for services.
Clients are requested to call for transportation needs 14 days in advance of their appointment, and my call anytime for minor home repair requests.
|Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) gets you around 13 cities (Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Plano, Richardson, Rowlett and University Park) with rail, bus, paratransit, HOV lane and rideshare services. We serve DFW International Airport and Fort Worth via the Trinity Railway Express (TRE).||214.979.1111|
|DFW Airport: Located halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW International Airport is the world's third busiest, offering nearly 1,900 flights per day and serving 60 million passengers a year. DFW provides nonstop service to 135 domestic and 38 international destinations. The latest news, real-time flight information, parking availability or further details regarding the many services are provided online.
DFW Airport Flight Information
|Bike Texas: BikeTexas.org is a public, member, and educational service website of the Texas Bicycle Coalition. By providing news regarding resources and programs, BikeTexas.org is designed to increase awareness and interest in bicycle access, safety, and education to cyclists at both the state and national level.
|North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) - Transportation||817.640.3300|
|NCTCOG - State of the Region Annual Report|
|North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA)|
|Purchase your TollTag: Your TollTag works anywhere in Texas where there is a toll road. It also works at DFW International Airport for pass through and "terminal" parking, and at Love Field parking garages.
|Safe Routes to School: Established in May 2006, the National Center for Safe Routes to School assists communities in enabling and encouraging children to safely walk and bike to school. The Center strives to equip Safe Routes to School programs with the knowledge and technical information to implement safe and successful strategies.|
|Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition (TRTC)
|Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)||512.463.8585|
|The T: The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) provides bus, vanpool and Trinity Railway Express (TRE) rail services to commuters and residents throughout Tarrant County. Our mission is to reduce the traffic burden on Fort Worth and Tarrant County roads and interstates, reduce pollution levels and ease parking problems for the communities we serve.
|Trinity Railway Express (TRE): The Trinity Railway Express links downtown Fort Worth, downtown Dallas and DFW Airport. Scheduled train service is provided Monday through Saturday. No regularly scheduled service is available on Sunday. Special Sunday service may be promoted for announced special events only.||817.215.8600|
General Transportation Issues
The City of Hurst actively participates in the planning and design of highway and public transit projects. Currently, Hurst is monitoring the economic and social impacts of several highway projects regarding design, environmental studies, right-of-way acquisition, and the implementation/construction process to represent the interests of our businesses and residents. We communicate to TxDOT the City's needs regarding design trade-offs and choices, landscaping, medians, turn lanes, access to current and planned commercial developments, schedules, and environmental mitigation efforts needed to protect Hurst's interests. City staff is monitoring projects affecting Precinct Line Road, Airport Freeway, SH 26, and the SH10/820 Interchange.
The City also participates actively on committees that make regional transportation decisions as administered by the North Central Texas Council of Governments.
At this time the CIty does not have a designated bicycle facility or system. A section of recreational trail from North Richland Hills through Hurst to Colleyville is known as the Cottonbelt Trail System.