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Dallas to Waco shuttle service launches

The shuttle runs on Saturdays, and is perfect for people in Dallas who want to make a weekend trip to the Magnolia Market.
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WACO, Texas — Wacoans can expect more tourists to come to the Magnolia Market in the future. The Dallas to Waco Shuttle Service is launching this Saturday, according to a press release. 

The service will pick passengers up in downtown Dallas at 8:30 a.m. for a drive down I-35 in a 15-passenger van. The shuttle will arrive in Waco around 10 a.m., and the pick up for the return trip to Dallas is at 5 p.m. 

The service costs $65 and runs on Saturdays. You can get tickets here.

It's important to note: The service only takes people from Dallas to Waco, then back to Dallas. It does not take people from Waco to Dallas, then back to Waco. 

Co-owner and shuttle driver Mark Roberts has a transportation for hire license and a spotless driving record. 

The other co-owner, Cari Weinberg, is originally from Waco and is a hotel concierge in Dallas. She said she's eager to help people find the best way to explore Waco with minimal hassle. 

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