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Texas Transit District Profiles

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Texas Transportation Code Chapter 458 authorizes urban transit districts (UTDs) and rural transit districts (RTDs) to provide and/or coordinate transit services for people in Texas. UTDs and RTDs receive public transportation money through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). The TxDOT Public Transportation Division (PTN) contracted with Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Transit Mobility Program to form a consistent set of profiles for each transit district, providing a quick and easy way for interested parties to comprehensively understand each transit district.

Eight transit districts serve as both a UTD and an RTD. These eight agencies are referred to as urban and rural transit districts (URTDs). As a result, there are three categories of transit districts profiles: UTDs (17 districts), URTDs (8 districts), and RTDs (29 districts).

This webpage contains links to a profile of each transit district along with:

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Urban Transit District Profiles

Urban and Rural Transit District Profiles

Rural Transit District Profiles