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Melinda Bartram

DCTA buses assist in relocating Our Daily Bread residents to new facility.
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DCTA Transports Residents to New Outreach Center

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Last week, Our Daily Bread Denton, Together with Monsignor King Outreach Center, held a ribbon cutting with the City of Denton and Denton County. Yesterday, the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) joined the effort by supplying five buses to transport residents and their belongings to the new outreach center at 909 N. Loop 288, Denton. […]

December 13, 2022 / By / Post a Comment
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Best of Series: Ride our A-train for a Summer Adventure

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Feeling a bit busy, stressed, overwhelmed, or just want to have a good time? Ride our A-train and discover a new way of freedom by letting us do the driving so you can focus on savoring every moment of the experience and simply have fun. While on our train, look out the window and admire […]

July 21, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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This Month in Mobility: June Public Transit Chatter

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Sunny days are here again! We’re ready for the sunshine, fun summer nights and plenty of adventure this season. Just like summer, there has been plenty of “rays of sunshine” news for the public transit industry as of late such as cities looking to ditch transit fare to help those in need to the Texas […]

June 23, 2021 / By / Post a Comment
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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