Welcome to the Texas Transit Association!

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.

TTA’s purpose is to educate the people of Texas about issues affecting the public transit industry within the state. Additionally, TTA actively supports public transportation in the State of Texas and works with members of the state legislature in the pursuit of additional resources to support public transportation.

Consider joining us today!


Don’t miss this Valuable Training Opportunity:

GoBus is hosting the CTAA Certified Community Transit Supervisor Training on October 22nd and 23rd in Kilgore

Only 8 slots remain at no cost and Scholarships are available for travel!


Mark Your Calendars:

The TTA State Conference, Expo and Roadeo will be held April 3-8, 2020 in McAllen, Texas. Watch here for more information!

Call for Abstracts for the 2020 State Conference:

Do you have a topic, presentation, idea for a pressing Transit Topic?

Click on this link and provide specific information so that we can include you and/or your idea in our agenda.


Latest News:

Texas road congestion is hitting a breaking point. Are voters ready to approve more public transit spending?
Transit for Austin coalition unites community leaders in public transportation push – News – Austin American-Statesman – Austin, TX
TxDOT Seeking Input on Texas Transportation Plan

Agencies in the Spotlight

Ford Tributes Rural series that includes a segment on Panhandle Community Services

RFPs

Rural Economic Assistance League R.E.A.L., Inc.

Want to post an RFP on our website?  Contact allen@txtransit.org


We want to hear from you!

If you have Suggestions, Request for training, Job postings, RFP’s or would like to share some exciting information, facts, details of an innovative project, or photos, simply submit your information and photos via email to info@txtransit.org.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Texas Transit Association