The McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD) is looking for ways to expand the Collin County Transit Program. The MUTD Board is gathering input from the community to help in the decision-making process. Residents are encouraged to complete the online survey by Jan. 5.
“Transportation is an important service that helps improve residents’ quality of life. It promotes positive interaction between neighbors, stimulates upward mobility, and increases exposure to opportunities,” said City Manager Paul Grimes. “This survey will help determine what other transportation needs may exist in our community and how best to satisfy them.”
Residents will be surveyed on topics including current public transit uses, appropriate cost levels, what constitutes quality service, typical destinations and more.
The Collin County Transit Program is a partnership between the City of McKinney, the McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD), and the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) to provide a subsidized taxi voucher program for senior citizens and disabled individuals. Other participating MUTD cities include Lowry Crossing, Melissa, Princeton, and Celina. Through this program, residents can enjoy the convenience of regular taxi service at a fraction of the cost to get to popular destinations such as grocery stores, senior centers, medical facilities, and libraries throughout Collin County.
Take the Collin County Transit expanded service survey.
McKinney, Texas, is unique by nature. As one of the fastest growing cities in America, McKinney has a current population of more than 168,000. The city was #1 on the list of Best Places to Live in America in 2014, published by Money Magazine. Established in 1848, the city is located 30 miles north of Dallas and is the county seat of Collin County. McKinney offers award-winning schools, a vibrant historic downtown, diverse housing options, a robust economy and a uniquely beautiful natural setting, with rolling hills and lush trees.