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Texoma Area Paratransit System (TAPS)

Officially Texoma Area Paratransit System, the organization is better known as TAPS Public Transit. TAPS is a private, non-profit corporation and a political subdivision of the State of Texas. In its decades of operation, TAPS has grown into a system of more than 180 buses and vans providing in excess of 300,000 trips this year in a seven county service area. Serving Clay, Collin, Cooke, Fannin, Grayson, Montague and Wise counties.

3400 Texoma ParkwaySherman, TX 75090 USA

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Star Transit

STAR Transit is a provider of Medicaid transportation in our service area. This includes Kaufman County, Rockwall County, Seagoville, Balch Springs and Mesquite. We also provide Medicaid transportation in Ellis County and Navarro County.

500 Industrial BlvdTerrell, TX 75160 USA

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SPAN Transit- Special Program for Aging Needs

Span Denton County also provides transportation for veterans living anywhere in Denton County to the Veteran Affairs hospitals in Dallas and Fort Worth. Disabled veterans may qualify for door-to-door service from their home.

1800 Malone StreetDenton, TX 76201 USA

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Ride2Work

Provide transportation to qualified, low- and moderate-income Arlington residents to help them access a broad range of employment-related activities including jobs, job training, job interviews, educational resources and childcare. Must live within the City of Arlington, and not be eligible for Handitran.

210 W. South StreetArlington, TX 76010 USA

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Public Transit Services (PTS)

The mission of PTS is to provide affordable, accessible and connected transportation services that allow access to employment, education, healthcare, and commerce, and meeting the social needs of the communities within Palo Pinto and Parker Counties.

7611 Highway 180 EastMineral Wells, TX 76068 USA

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Northeast Transportation Service (NETS)

The Northeast Transportation Service (NETS) is a partnership of the cities of Bedford, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Hurst, Keller and North Richland Hills. NETS is a door-to-door, demand responsive para-transit service and is available to any resident of a participating city who is disabled or 65 years of age or older. NETS may be used for medical appointments, socialization, employment, essential shopping and education purposes.

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MY RIDE Tarrant

MyRIDE-Tarrant, located at MHMR of Tarrant County, is a one-stop transportation information service that provides one-on-one navigation to guide individuals, families to all transportation options for which an individual is eligible. It assists with completing applications, accessing low-cost options, coordinating trips across multiple cities and provides advocacy to ensure that trips are provided.

3840 Hulen StreetFort Worth, TX 76102 USA

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His Gracious Hands

Asists the elderly, disabled, first responders, Veterans, and single moms in the area with transportation.

5250 Highway 78, Ste. 750Sachse, TX USA

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Fort Worth Transit Authority (FWTA)

The FWTA paratransit service (MITS), offers door-to-door transportation within the service areas of Fort Worth and Blue Mound. Trained drivers are available to assist passengers in boarding and alighting vehicles.

800 Cherry StreetFort Worth, TX 76102 USA

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Denton County Transport Authority (DCTA)

DCTA Access offers Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) paratransit service in Denton and Lewisville as well as demand-response, non-ADA service in Denton, Lewisville and Highland Village for disabled and elderly (age 65 and over) passengers. An application process is required for all Access services.

604 E. Hickory StreetDenton, TX 76205 USA

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