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).

Reading A Schedule


  1. This shows which direction the train is heading.
  2. To read the train schedule, follow the time points from top to bottom.
  3. Use the Where's My Ride stop IDs on the left of the schedule to get real time schedule information.
  4. The day of travel is located at the top of the schedule.


The time points in bold are PM times.

1. This route number will appear in the sign above the bus windshield as well as on the rear of the vehicle.
2. These stops are known as time points. Each schedule lists time points for several stops along the route, and these are shown on the accompanying route map. Read the schedule from left to right. To know when you should arrive at a stop that is between the listed time points, use the time from time point before your stop.
3. Use the Where's My Ride stop IDs on the top of the schedule to get real time schedule information.
4. The day of travel on the right side of the schedule.

You can use Google Transit any time to create personalized trip plans, customized schedules and find the nearest DCTA stop to your location.


Just call 940.243.0077 any time Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., or on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. DCTA's Customer Service representatives are ready to help you get where you want to go. Just tell us where you are, where you want to go, and what time you need to arrive. We'll tell you the closest bus stop/station, what time to catch your bus/train, how long your trip will take, what transfers you may need to make, and how much your trip will cost.