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February 24, 2014

Texas paratransit improves with Routematch tech

The agency has experienced greater cost savings, increased ridership and passengers per revenue mile, as well as a reduction in no-shows.


July 29, 2013

Texas paratransit unveils mobile friendly website

Will allow riders on-the-go access to ride schedules and services.


February 25, 2013

Texas to expand paratransit

After receiving a $4.2 million fleet replacement grant, the Texoma Area Paratransit System announced plans to increase its number of buses from 94 to more than 120, and is working with veterans groups to set up a route that would serve them.


April 16, 2012

Texas paratransit partners with RouteMatch, adds tablet PCs

The agency determined that the tablet's combination of flexible technology, reliability and Web-enabled driver/dispatcher communications abilities was the best choice for a transit agency that values and implements innovative solutions.


March 8, 2011

First Transit names Texas GM of the year

Brad Underwood currently holds the position of executive director for the Texoma Area Paratransit System. This recognition is given based on an individual's outstanding contributions to the public transportation industry.


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