STAR Transit Seeks Public Input on DeSoto’s Transit Priorities



STAR Transit Seeks Public Input on DeSoto’s Transit Priorities

TERRELL, Texas – Oct. 12, 2022 – STAR Transit is seeking public feedback about its services in DeSoto, as part of a comprehensive evaluation that will build a foundation for development of recommendations on potential system enhancements.

“STAR Transit is working hard to improve transit in DeSoto, and we want to hear from you,” Tommy Henricks, STAR Transit executive director, said. “Please take our brief survey to tell us about your experience and what you want to see from transit in the future. If you don’t use transit, that’s OK. We want to hear from everyone.”

The survey is open and can be accessed via:

The digital version of the survey will remain open through Nov. 30. STAR Transit also plans to distribute the surveys in person in the city.

STAR Transit operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with STAR Transit. If you need any accommodations or prefer to receive a hard copy of the survey, please contact STAR Transit at (877) 631-5278.

About STAR Transit. Founded in 1988, STAR Transit is the fourth largest transit agency in the North Central Texas region—and the largest not funded by sales tax. Revenues are derived from federal and state grants as well as local partnerships with cities, counties, and businesses. STAR Transit provides safe, affordable, and convenient transportation to the public, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities for access to jobs, healthcare, personal services, retail, and entertainment. More than 100 employees are responsible for providing over 135,000 rides annually. The agency is headquartered in Terrell.  For more information, visit