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#AskDCTA: Your GoZone Fare Questions Answered

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We’re answering more questions about our proposed GoZone on-demand rideshare service that would replace the majority of our Denton and Lewisville Connect Bus fixed routes and current on-demand services. In this edition of #AskDCTA, we’re focusing on GoZone fares! GoZone is an on-demand rideshare service, powered by Via, where riders can travel within designated zones […]

June 16, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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Meet the New and Improved RideDCTA.net (Now Here)

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Things at DCTA and in North Texas look a little different than they did a year ago. The mask mandate is lifted, restaurants are open at full capacity and the vaccine is widespread throughout the metroplex. So, now that things are (somewhat) getting back to normal we decided it was time for a change. It’s […]

June 9, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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#AskDCTA: What is DCTA’s GoZone and how can I provide feedback on this proposed on-demand rideshare service?

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We’re requesting public input for our proposed GoZone on-demand rideshare service that will replace most of our existing fixed route Connect Bus service and on-demand zones. Earlier this month, our board of directors approved the proposed service plan from River North Via, an on-demand service provider, and we now need your feedback! Learn more about […]

April 19, 2021 / By / 2 Comments
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Fun Things to Do in April: Small Business Edition

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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

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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