Downtown-to-Oak Cliff shuttle stalled at City Council

The City Council on Wednesday was expected to approve the new Downtown-to-Oak Cliff shuttle service, an $800,000 funding agreement with DART and Downtown Dallas Inc.

But there was just one small problem, the DMN reports. The tourist-oriented service, scheduled to begin Nov. 4, doesn’t include a stop at the Sixth Floor Museum.

The council delayed the vote for two weeks to sort it all out so that the shuttle can be of better service to out-of-towners visiting for the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination.

The move shouldn’t affect the Nov. 4 launch.

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