Trinity Metro has $106.6 million included in the fiscal year 2022-23 capital expenditures budget, according to Chad Edwards, Trinity Metro’s vice president of planning and development. These improvements include a 2-mile extension to Fort Worth’s Medical District and a new station in Hurst.

The rail extension will bring new connections along the TEXRail Route, which stops at Grapevine/Main Street Station and goes to downtown Fort Worth.

1. Line extension

The extension will expand the TEXRail Route, a 27-mile commuter rail line, to Fort Worth’s Medical District. The new station will be located near

1A. Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center

The line currently goes from downtown Fort Worth’s Texas & Pacific Station to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

Cost: $167 million

Timeline: completion expected late 2026

Funding sources: Federal Highway Administration’s Transportation Development Credits, city of Fort Worth, Trinity Metro

2. Trinity Lakes station

The new Trinity Railway Express, or TRE, station will be located north of Loop 820 and north of Trinity Boulevard in Hurst. The station will have double-sided platforms, canopy structures, windscreens, drainage and communications systems, according to company documents.

Cost: $26.7 million

Timeline: October 2023

Funding source: Federal Highway Administration’s Transportation Development Credits