About Collin County Transit
About Collin County Transit
The Collin County Transit Program is a partnership between the McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD) and the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) that provides a subsidized Taxi Program for residents of McKinney, Melissa, Princeton, Prosper, Lowry Crossing and Celina who are 65 years of age or older or are disabled. Residents must submit an application along with all of the required documentation.
Residents can now enjoy the convenience of regular taxi service at a fraction of the cost to get to grocery stores, senior centers, libraries, Baylor Medical Center, Medical Center of McKinney, and more.
Irving Holdings, DCTA’s contractor, will operate the taxi voucher program and manage the call center operations, scheduling, dispatching, driver operations and management, vehicle maintenance, safety and licensing requirements, fare and data collection, and reporting.
A variety of taxis will operate Collin County Transit. Not all taxis are accessible, so accessible service must be requested at the time of scheduling.
Through strategic planning and leadership, to promote and deliver safe, economic and efficient mobility solutions intended to improve the quality of life of residents in Collin County.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
The City of McKinney has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program for Transit Services. View more information about the DBE Program.
Title VI Assurances for Transit Services
The City of McKinney will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any City program or activity for Transit Services for which it receives federal financial assistance. View the complete Title VI Assurances.
About Denton County Transportation Authority
Formed in 2002 and funded in 2003, the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) has been focused on an aggressive service implementation strategy to address the mobility needs of Denton County residents. The central element of their Service Plan is the A-train, which connects with DART’s Green Line at Trinity Mills in Carrollton and provides service to five stations within Denton County.
In addition to the A-train, DCTA provides Connect Bus service in Denton and Lewisville, Connect Shuttle and Community On-Demand services in Highland Village, Access service, Frisco Demand-Response service, University of North Texas (UNT) and North Central Texas College (NCTC) Campus Shuttle and vanpool services. The agency carries nearly three million passengers annually system-wide. For more information about DCTA, visit the DCTA website.
About Irving Holdings
Irving Holdings, also known as Yellow Cab, is DCTA’s subcontractor. They operate the taxis and manage the call center operations, scheduling, dispatching, driver operations and management, vehicle maintenance, safety and licensing requirements, fare and data collection, and reporting. For more information about Irving Holdings, please visit the Dallas Yellow Cab website.