Why AllianceTexas


Hillwood remains committed to prioritizing reliable and creative transit solutions for AllianceTexas and its workforce through public-private partnerships.”

Robert Folzenlogen

Senior Vice President of Strategic Development & Innovation, Hillwood

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Workforce Transit Solutions

Through public-private partnerships, Hillwood is driving mobility innovation and transit solutions for AllianceTexas companies and its workforce. Greater connectivity comes from infrastructure planning and roadway improvement projects, allowing for greater reach – both reducing commute time and making the Alliance corridor accessible to more people in less time. To the north and south, expanded express lanes and transportation options are provided by Trinity Metro and Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA). Both also offer additional on-demand, final-mile options, providing needed flexibility and reliability.

Future plans include a luxury, all-electric bus fleet utilizing the recently completed North Tarrant Express (NTE) TEXpress lanes along I-35W with a guaranteed arrival time, or the ride is free in addition to more convenient Park & Ride locations and amenities within the Alliance corridor.

Carpooling programs powered by Commute with Enterprise offer an alternative to mass transit with ample benefits for both the employee and employer. Trinity Metro and DCTA will work with employers directly on tailored options that fit their workforce needs.


The Alliance corridor is serviced by three bus routes connecting Fort Worth to the south and Denton to the north.

Operated by Trinity Metro: Route 63X (North Park & Ride Express) runs between Downtown Fort Worth and AllianceTexas on weekdays 5:15am to 9:15pm, every 30 minutes, and Route 16 (Alliance Town Center/Mercantile Center Station).

Operated by Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA): North Texas Xpress runs between downtown Denton and AllianceTexas on weekdays, 6:00am to 6:00pm.

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Ridesharing: Easy, Reliable & Sustainable

Partnering with Trinity Metro for employees who reside in Tarrant County and DCTA for employees who reside in Denton County, the Vanpool program is a reliable, cost-saving solution for employers and their workforce.

  1. Connect with up to 15 co-workers who live and work nearby
  2. Choose from the latest model SUV or van
  3. Save money and time

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Trinity Metro’s On-Demand is a ridesharing transit solution that uses smartphone technology and a fleet of dedicated vehicles to provide trips within specific service boundaries. On-Demand Alliance is a dedicated service within the Alliance Corridor to solve for first and last-mile transit. Your fare covers corner-to-corner travel between your location and a pre-set destination you select when booking your ride. This is a low-cost, flat-fee service. On-Demand rides are included with all Trinity Metro multi-ride tickets! You may transfer between TEXRail, Trinity Metro bus routes, Trinity Railway Express and On-Demand for one low fare.

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DCTA GoZone is an on-demand rideshare service powered by Via within designated zones in Denton County using a mobile app where passengers book in real-time. GoZone operates seven days a week and costs $1.50 per passenger or free with an eligible DCTA pass.

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Catholic Charities Transportation

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The CCFW Transportation team can help transport employees through private partnerships with organizations across the region, including businesses located in AllianceTexas. CCFW Transportation moves over 59,000 clients a year. To explore solutions to your employee transportation needs contact the Program Director at 817-413-3926.


Giving additional options to North Texas commuters, Trinity Metro provides a convenient park-and-ride location within AllianceTexas for employees, students, and the community.