Revolutionizing Dallas’ Public Transport System

The Dallas public transportation system has frequently experienced issues transporting citizens in the southern sector of Dallas. In 2017, Curtis L. Corbins founded Southern Dallas Link in response to this very need. After receiving word that many employers were losing good employees due to the unreliable public transportation system, Corbins started shuttling citizens the same day. Since people could not get to work in cities such as McKinney or Ennis regularly, Corbins instigated pick-up spots at several train stations in South Dallas. Corbins, along with his son and daughter, borrowed minivans to ensure individuals made it to work on time.