A-train Service Changes are Coming Soon

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A-train Service Changes are Coming Soon

Effective next Monday, September 21, we will update our weekday A-train schedule and increase peak frequency to provide more efficient transit train service for passengers. Bus schedules from our August 2020 service changes and Saturday A-train service will remain the same.

The current A-train schedule includes 60-minute weekday headways. Effective September 21, the frequency will change to 30-minute peak and 60-minute off-peak weekday headways.

We will also reopen the DDTC for ticket purchases only on Monday, September 21. The lobby and restrooms remain closed to the public and the ticket window and customer service hours will be updated. Visit RideDCTA.net for more information.

To view the updated A-train schedule, visit RideDCTA.net.

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Updates to Nonprofit Pass Program

Effective Oct. 1, 2020, DCTA will no longer offer a nonprofit discount on regional day passes.  All other nonprofit discounts for local passes will remain in effect. Local passes may only be used on DCTA services. Regional passes may be used on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and Trinity Metro. For more information please contact DCTA Customer Service, info@dcta.net or call 940-243-0077.


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Are you a public transportation advocate, a rider, a professional or just want to be a part of DCTA's community? Join our Community Advisory Committee (CAC)! CAC provides a forum to exchange information between DCTA staff, passengers and the community on transit-related issues. Public participation and input are critical as we continue to expand the public transportation opportunities available in the region.