For any given city, it is important that it has a well-established transport system, where it is clear how to get into the city, getting out of the city, and also getting around the city. North Richland Hills, TX, is quite well connected, with transport systems such as road, rail, and air. Anyone who wants to get here will find that there numerous options available. If you are new to in town, getting around is also not too much of a hustle. Below are some of the main transport systems and bodies in the city.
Northeast Transportation Service (NETS)
NETS offers door-door transportation services to disabled residents and those who are aged 55 and above. It serves qualified residents of North Richland Hills, Haltom City, Keller, Hurst, Euless as well as Bedford.
This airport is owned by the City of Fort Worth and well managed by the privately-held Alliance Air Services. It accommodates co-flight as well as cargo needs.
DFW International Airport
Conveniently located, just some 15 miles outside North Richland Hills, DFW International Airport is the 3rd busiest airport in the entire world! It offers close to 1,750 flights with close to 200,000 passengers every year. It provides non-stop services to 44 international and 146 domestic destinations globally.
Meacham Airport provides regional aviation services to corporate, air charter, recreational as well as business flyers.
Social Transportation for seniors (STS)
For STS, the main goal is to reconnect seniors to their respective communities and take them way out of isolation. It is a non-profit organization that provides transport services to several venues within the North Richland Hills region.
North Texas Tollway Authority
This is the body responsible for issuing all the toll tags that work and operate on Texas’ toll roads. For drivers using toll tags, the rate is usually highly discounted.
Trinity Railway Service (TRE)
The TRE provides commuter rail service between Fort Worth and Dallas. The Richland Hills station is the nearest station to our community. It sees to it that the residents’ rail transportation needs are all met with maximum efficiency.
This is a commuter rail line that stretches over 27 miles, extending from Fort Worth, just across Tarrant County, passing through North Richland Hills, all the way to terminal B of DFW International Airport. It is operated and managed by Trinity Metro, which was previously known as the Fort Worth Transportation Authority.
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