TAPS Public Transit, which services McKinney and several other cities over seven counties, is one of three Texas transportation agencies featured in a 27-minute documentary funded by a grant from Texas Department of Transportation.

Transit Works for Texas is part of a larger program to educate the public, business and agencies on the power of public transportation in getting people to work.

In addition to TAPS, the documentary spotlights Spartan Transportation in Levelland and Victoria Transit in Victoria.

To see the video and learn more about how Texas public transportation gets people to and from work, visit online at TransitWorksforTx.org.


About TAPS

TAPS (Texoma Area Paratransit System) Public Transit is a private, non-profit corporation based in Sherman. Serving Collin, Clay, Cooke, Fannin, Grayson, Montague and Wise counties, it was created to provide safe, dependable and affordable transportation for persons who depend on public transportation, or who desire to avoid the ever rising cost of fuel and the increasing stress of driving in extreme traffic conditions. TAPS is open to the entire public and serves individuals of all ages and income groups, and it is equipped to fully service the elderly and disabled. For more information, visit tapsbus.com.