TAPS is hiring at least 30 new drivers to work in Grayson County in full time and part time jobs.
TAPS starts a new commuter service on January 15 that connects Farmersville to the City of McKinney, and beyond.
How to plan your trip on public transit, using Google Maps.
Over the past 12 months, the official website for TAPS has grown its visitor traffic by 100% and hit an important mark.
One of the most frequent requests made by The Airport Hop shuttle passengers is earlier departure times.
Public transportation is a hit in McKinney. Since the late November launch of 7 new routes in the City of McKinney, ridership is up significantly.
Two new monthly passes give riders cost savings and ease of use.
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Riders at least 60 years of age get a free ride on select fixed routes.
TAPS Public Transit has more than doubled the city bus service in McKinney, expanding the current 3 routes to 7, and adding 45 new bus stops, for a total of 77.
On the map above, click on the county where you live to get started.