Beginning this month, TAPS Public Transit will operate all of its fixed route service 365-days a year. Fixed route service is what most people are familiar with —buses traveling regular routes at scheduled times.
The expansion of fixed-route service in TAPS Public Transit’s service area means having a more predictable schedule and more availability for passengers. That’s the driving force behind an important change in how TAPS operates.
“For many years, our agency has been primarily operated as a rural transportation service,” said Tim Patton, Chief Operating Officer. “With our expansion into Collin County last year, our commitment to fixed route service has grown. Passengers need to know that they can depend on their bus system providing more places to go, more often.”
Now, all fixed route services runs Monday through Sunday, including holidays. Start and end times of operations do vary from city to city.