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.
- Older Adult Program – must be a resident of one of the member cities and 65 years or older
- Individuals with Disabilities Program – must be a resident of one of the member cities and meet one of the seven criteria (see page for full details)
- Low Income Transit Subsidy Pilot Program – must be a resident of one of the member cities and have an annual household income (before taxes) at the required program amounts based on the U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines (see page for full details)
For more information or to complete an application, visit the McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD) website.
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.