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January 15, 2014

Texas' DCTA launches new marketing campaign

The agency is looking to increase A-train ridership by encouraging current and potential passengers to ride its commuter rail to avoid heavy traffic on I-35E for a hassle-free commute.


September 25, 2013

DCTA's A-Train exceeds one million passengers

In total, the service has carried 1,006,397 passengers, as of last week, in less than 28 months of operation.


October 26, 2012

Texas' DCTA ridership up 17% in 2012

The full implementation of the A-train, improved bus connectivity, and the addition of midday and expanded service on Friday and Saturday nights contributed to the 17% increase in 2012.


April 28, 2011

Denton County 'A-train' begins final testing

Vehicle and equipment testing and crew qualifying are the first phase of operations in preparation for revenue service and began in April in the southern segment between Lewisville and Carrollton. System testing of the segment north of Lewisville Lake will begin in mid-May.


March 5, 2009

Texas DOT releases funds for Denton rail project

The A-train project, which is part of the Regional Transportation Council’s Mobility 2025 and Mobility 2030 plans, has been the central element of DCTA’s Service Plan and endorsed by local, regional and state leaders, as well as Denton County voters.


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