We are closely monitoring what is happening with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will provide updates of any new information that could impact riders’ commutes as it becomes available. Passengers can stay informed by visiting DCTA’s official COVID-19 web page and frequently checking the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Now You’re Ready to #RideDCTA like a Pro!

Now that you know how to ride and are settled in, it’s time to show you all the great tools to take it to the next level. We have some great travel tools that can help you streamline your trip planning process. Check out our Transit Tracker to track your ride in real-time, GORequest to submit feedback and Go Pass ℠ to purchase tickets on your phone and view schedules. Don’t forget to read our monthly enRoute News passenger newsletter to stay in the know on all things DCTA.

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Back on Schedule Bus Service

Denton Connect Route 2 is back on route 


We appreciate your patience during this time. Thank you for riding DCTA!

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DCTA A-train Horns to Sound in Lewisville Quiet Zones - Update A-train Commuter Rail

On April 20th, DCTA began sounding A-train horns in three crossings while the city of Lewisville and DCTA worked to reestablish quiet zones and comply with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations.

Andes Metal (200 Block of South Railroad Street) East Main Street (600 Block of East Main Street) North Mill Street (1500 Block of North Mill Street)

As of May 27th, Andes Metal and East Main Street crossings have resumed normal Quiet Zone procedures.

DCTA will cease sounding the A-train horn in the North Mill Street crossing once FRA approval is received. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause residents and passengers and will send updates on this project to keep people informed.

Thanks for your patience during this time and for your continued support of DCTA!

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Hitesh and Family posing on train

"DCTA allows me to spend more time with my family when I ride. Thanks, DCTA for serving and helping Denton and the neighboring communities!"

Hitesh Adhikari
Denton, TX



The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) provides modern public transportation and mobility options that connect riders with the needs of their day. With fixed-route and on-demand bus service, the A-train commuter rail line and the Rail Trail, DCTA provides a variety of convenient, efficient and sustainable transit solutions for riders connecting to destinations within Denton and Collin counties.