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DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) — Due to severe flooding, the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) is suspending A-Train Service until Monday

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DCTA will provide bus services that will pick up and drop off near the platform at each station. DCTA representatives are on site to assist with the process. They said in a press release Saturday:

DCTA has established a southbound and northbound bus bridge that will service all A-train rail stations from the Downton Denton Transit Center to the Trinity Mills Station in Carrollton.

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Regularly-scheduled Connect and RSVP bus services are operating with delays.

Passengers should expect to use the bus bridge services moving forward until further notice. DCTA encourages passengers to seek alternate modes of transportation during this time.

For more information, visit www.RideDCTA.net.

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