As envisioned, the TEX Rail/Cotton Belt route would bring commuter rail to neighborhoods of Fort Worth, Grapevine and other Northeast Tarrant County cities that currently have scarce public transportation options. But it would also connect areas such as the Fort Worth medical district, downtown and Texas Christian University, where bus service is already well-used. The TEX Rail Cotton Belt line is expected to carry 9,890 riders per day beginning in 2016, and an average of 18,100 people daily by 2035, according to computer modeling generated as part of a federal environmental impact statement. The Fort Worth Transportation Authority, also known as the T, is planning the 37-mile route from southwest Fort Worth to Dallas Fort Worth Airport. That route and the proposed stations along it are shown on this map.
Source: Fort Worth Transportation Authority