FORT WORTH – Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw, Public Safety Commission (PSC) Chair Cynthia Leon, PSC Commissioner Ada Brown and PSC Commissioner Randy Watson were joined today by State Rep. Nicole Collier and Fort Worth City Councilmember Frank Moss for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new DPS Driver License Mega Center in Fort Worth. The office, which will increase driver license capacity in the Metroplex area, will officially open to the public Friday, Feb. 1 at 7:30 a.m.
“Today, thanks to funding from the Texas Legislature, driver license services in the Metroplex area take another step forward by combining additional employees with new technology that allows our customers to reserve a spot in line without stepping foot in the office,” said PSC Chair Cynthia Leon. “These high-capacity, state-of-the-art offices should help relieve congestion at driver license offices in the surrounding area and allow area residents to experience the benefits that are already offered by the other mega centers across Texas, including the one in Garland.”
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