Lewisville Connect to resume regular service hours in coming weeks

Route 21 and 22 will operate with a 30-minute headway during peak hours and a 60-minute headway during off-peak hours beginning Aug. 24. (Courtesy Denton County Transportation Authority)
Route 21 and 22 will operate with a 30-minute headway during peak hours and a 60-minute headway during off-peak hours beginning Aug. 24. (Courtesy Denton County Transportation Authority)

Route 21 and 22 will operate with a 30-minute headway during peak hours and a 60-minute headway during off-peak hours beginning Aug. 24. (Courtesy Denton County Transportation Authority)

The Lewisville Connect Route 21 and 22 will resume pre-COVID-19 service levels beginning Aug. 24.

Route 21 and 22 will operate with a 30-minute headway during peak hours and a 60-minute headway during off-peak hours. There will also be better A-train connectivity at the Hebron and Old Town stations, according to an Aug. 11 announcement from the Denton County Transportation Authority.


Maps and schedules for the change of service are available online.

DCTA reduced service hours and frequency for the Lewisville Connect routes in March.

The transportation authority also made adjustments to the Denton Connect Bus, Downtown Denton Transit Center and University of North Texas Campus Shuttles, and expect to review plans to increase the A-train schedule in September. More information can be found here.