Grapevine, TEXRail transit plans set the stage for future growth
7 Dec 2021
Once a week, North Richland Hills resident Stacia Curry hops onboard TEXRail—Trinity Metro’s commuter train—to head to Grapevine to visit her daughter and explore the city’s historic downtown.
Curry said the main reasons she opts for the train over her car is “it’s cheap, and it’s less stressful.”
“[The ride] makes it more fun to drive out here, so that you don’t have to find parking,” she said.
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