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Fun Things to Do in April: Small Business Edition

Fun Things To Do

Our Fun Things to Do blog series is back for 2021! This year, we’re focusing on small businesses throughout Denton County and how you can #RideDCTA to #SupportLocal. This month we talked with Bret Hawkins, one of the Head Gnomes of Denton’s Gnome Cones. Keep reading to learn where the idea of a gnome-themed business […]

April 5, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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Inside Look: DCTA’s Historical Winter Weather Response

News to Use

In typical Texas fashion, our weather unleashed a historical winter storm one week and blessed us with 70-degree weather the next week. Like many of you, we at DCTA were severely impacted by the storm with power outages, water issues and more. We decided to document what went down and how we dealt with it […]

March 1, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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Three Transit Love Stories to Brighten Your Day

Features and Profiles

February is the month of love, and what’s more romantic than finding that special someone across the bus aisle on your daily commute? Now, we know most couples don’t find their first spark on the seats of a train, but when it does happen, public transit finds creative and memorable ways of bringing us together. […]

February 10, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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Fun Things to Do in February: Small Business Edition

Fun Things To Do

Our Fun Things to Do blog series is back for 2021! This year, we’re focusing on small businesses throughout Denton County and how you can #RideDCTA to #SupportLocal. This month we talked with Karlie Hollenbeck, Assistant General Manager/Hospitality Manager of Prairie House Lewisville, formerly known as J2 Steakhouse. Keep reading to learn why they changed […]

February 1, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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What DCTA Riders Think About our COVID-19 Response and Public Transit

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Last October 2020, we asked our passengers to rate and provide feedback on our COVID-19 safety response to help us continue to keep riders and employees safe. The survey results provided us with insight on passengers’ view of public transportation during COVID-19 and will help us make the best decisions to continue to keep our […]

January 13, 2021 / By / Post a Comment