Regional Transportation and Innovation Division
The Regional Transportation and Innovation Division is the long-range planning and project development arm of the department. The Division is responsible for bringing a variety of activities together including regional coordination with the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and other local government partners, state and federal agency partnerships, including Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). Other activities include development of comprehensive multi-modal corridor and area project development, monitoring, updating and implementing the Master Thoroughfare Plan (MTP), and Active Transportation Plan, and staff liaison to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee.
City of Fort Worth Transportation & Public Works launches red bus lane pilot
On Thursday, Sept. 28, the City of Fort Worth’s Transportation & Public Works (TPW) Department will be one of the first red bus lane pilots in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. District 9 Council member Elizabeth Beck will host a ribbon cutting to kick off the City’s implementation of red-painted bus lanes on Jones Street. Red bus lanes are used to increase lane visibility and decrease confusion for drivers. Fort Worth will become the fifth city in the U.S. with this safety enhancement.
Who: District 9 Council member Elizabeth Beck and City of Fort Worth TPW Assistant Director Kelly Porter
What: Inaugural Red Bus Lane Pilot launches in downtown Fort Worth
When: 9 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 28
Where: Fort Worth Central Station, 1001 Jones St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Red Bus Lane Info Sheet(PDF, 651KB)