Free DCTA Shuttle Service for Lewisville’s Annual Western Days Festival

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September 18, 2014 / By / 1 Comment

Get out those boots, it’s almost time for Lewisville’s annual “Western Days” festival! As the official transportation provider for the event, we encourage all festival goers to skip the parking hassles and traffic and take our free shuttles to and from the event next weekend. We will operate event shuttles every 15 to 20 minutes from the Old Town A-train Station located at Railroad and Main St. The Old Town Station will serve as a “Park and Ride” that event goers can use to park and catch the shuttles, which will operate between the Old Town Station and the event on Friday from 6 p.m. to midnight and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

P.S. Say “howdy” to ride the A-train free. For more shuttle information, visit our webpage:

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1 Comment

  1. Steve long says:

    Someone in Corperate like Jim Cline needs to come down and have one on one meetings with the bus drivers to investigate the failures of First transit management. Look into these areas..

    DCTA home of..

    Zero morale…
    Poor Work environment and high stress..
    Ineptitude of Management…
    Racial strife…
    Lackadaisical Maintenance Dept…
    Substandard training program..
    An Alcoholic Pill Popper in position of Authority…
    Major Communication failures..
    Mid Level Supervisor strife…
    Chronic History of high employee turnover rates…

    With Mr Clines military history. He should know when those in command fail. Leadership is changed with fresh and new Ideas to change behavior into a positive one. Bus Ooerations leadership is failing. Change is needed to fix the problems listed above.

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