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The Texas Transit Association (TTA) was organized in 1986. Our members are Texas metropolitan, small urban, and rural transit agencies, as well as private and public entities from across the United States.
Early Registration for the 2020 State Roadeo, Conference and Expo is now open!
Mark Your Calendars:
The TTA State Conference, Expo and Roadeo will be held April 3-8, 2020 in McAllen, Texas.
Last call for Abstracts for the 2020 State Conference:
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Agencies in the Spotlight
South West Area Regional Transit Distrcit (SWART) has been nominated as Uvalde’s Business of the Year! The voting is open to the general public and runs through the end of January. Please take a moment to support one of our member agencies by casting your vote today. This can be done by selecting the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Uvalde2020
Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Proudly Announces the Unveiling and Launching of Corpus Christi’s First Autonomous Shuttle on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.
Help REAL reach its matching opportunity! Give today through the Coastal Bend Day of Giving. Martín Ornelas explains how important this project is.
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $5 Million in Grants to Improve Public Transportation on Tribal Lands 1/15/19
Austin unveils multi-billion dollar transit plan with possible light rail expansion, downtown subway 1/15/20
Trump Taps Pillar Of San Antonio Homeless Policy To Federal Homeless Agency, Criticism Follows 12/5/19
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao Announces $423 Million In Grants Nationwide to Revitalize America’s Bus Infrastructure 11/25/19
Senator Young of Ind. Calls on CMS to Help State Medicaid Programs Utilize Ridesharing Services 11/20/19
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao Announces $900 Million Historic Investment in American Infrastructure 11/12/19
Someone has died on Texas roads every day for 19 years. Here’s a look at some reasons why — and ideas for turning the tide. 11/8/19
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