President’s Post – Regional Partnerships
In the arena of public policy, the achievement of community goals is greatly enhanced through regional partnerships. This is particularly important in public transportation. Since its inception, DCTA has been a great example of what regional cooperation can.
President’s Message – DCTA’s New Bus Operating and Maintenance Facility
The award of an $8.2 million FTA grant to DCTA for the construction of our Bus O&M Facility was a landmark achievement for the agency. This facility will replace the interim facilities co-located with the City of Denton.
President Post – Impact of Heat on Train Operations
The August heat in Texas is tough on man and machine. While DCTA’s new rail cars are handling the heat well, there have been some occasions where the heat has slightly impacted our operations. This has been related.
DCTA Board Action on Service Changes
On May 24, 2012, the Denton County Transportation Authority Board of Directors approved additional rail service for the A-train to include mid-day rail service Monday through Friday. This action follows a series of public meetings and community surveys.
It’s Been A While Since Our Last Blog . . .
Sorry, we have been delinquent in our blogging duties. We have been a little busy doing other things so let me catch you up since our last post. On June 4, 2012, the Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph Szabo presented.