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Get a ride to work in Alliance for $1

Posted July 26, 2018

a driver smiling and waving from a parked Alliance Link vehicle
The app is free to download, and rides cost $1 each.

There’s a new way to commute in Alliance. Instead of walking from the bus stop to your final destination, commuters can now book a ride by phone.

The Alliance Link app will let users book a ride to and from work within the Alliance area. The service runs on-demand, meaning users ride with people going to the same or a nearby destination.

Alliance Link is available 4:30-7:30 a.m. and 4:30-7:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and 5:30-7:30 a.m. and 4-7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Each ride is $1. Payment can be made with debit and credit cards and pre-paid cards.

Alliance Link is available at these stops:

  • 63/64 bus stop/Heritage Parkway and Horizon Drive (northbound bus stop).
  • 63/64 bus stop/Alliance Opportunity Center (2421 Westport Pkwy).
  • 63/64 bus stop/North Park and Ride.
  • 11 bus stop/Hillwood and Amador.
  • Amazon DFW7 (north bus stop, 700 Westport Pkwy.).
  • Kraft Foods (1006 Railhead Drive).
  • JC Penney (1701 Intermodal Pkwy #101).
  • Amazon FTW 3-4 (15201 Heritage Pkwy.).
  • Walmart (15101 N. Beach St.).
  • UPS (13700 Independence Pkwy.).
  • Tech Data (5100 Liberty Way).
  • Fed Ex (2701 Texas Longhorn Way).
  • Cabelas (12901 Cabela Drive).
  • Hillwood Corporate Offices (9800 Hillwood Pkwy.).
  • Excel-Haslet (850 Transport Drive).
  • GE Manufacturing (400 Intermodal Pkwy.).
  • Peterson Court (15005 Peterson Court).

Don’t see a stop close to you? Fill out a form and specify which stops you would like to see added to the service. The service area and pickup/drop-off locations will expand in the near future.

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