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Regional Coordination Plan Review
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute recently completed a review of all Texas' 24 public transit-human services transportation plans [PDF] and compiled a report on their observations.
January 12, 2018

PERFORM Workshops
Access through our Coordination Clearinghouse the presentation materials used during the PERFORM Workshop held at the end of November 2017.
January 12, 2018

Texas Transit District Profiles
Updated profiles for each rural and urban transit district in Texas are now posted. These profiles provide a quick and easy way to comprehensively understand services offered in each transit district.
July 7, 2017

New 5-Year Regional Plans
Newly developed public transit-human services transportation plans for Texasí planning regions are now posted to this website. These plans were developed by diverse groups of local stakeholders across the state following inventories of transportation resources, comprehensive needs assessments and gap analyses in each region. Plans were developed with an emphasis on identifying (1) unmet transportation needs and gaps for those who are often most dependent on public transportation including individuals with disabilities, senior citizens and veterans, and (2) how these unmet needs will be addressed . These are five-year plans.

Contact the respective lead agency for information on a particular regional plan or Kari Banta with the Texas Department of Transportationís Public Transportation Division at (512) 486-5959 or [email protected] for statewide information.
May 5, 2017


Urban/Rural Analysis

A series of maps and tables of the 2010 Urbanized Area (UZA) in relation to transit operator boundaries in Texas and for each UZA are now available online.

In addition to the ability to pan, zoom-in, zoom-out and to turn on or off different layers, each map contains several elements of background information—such as city limits, roads, and area water features. The tables provide information about population and land area change in the urbanized area and by county.

portion from a map


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