Access North Texas

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Access North Texas is the regional public transportation coordination plan for the 16-county North Central Texas region. We are currently conducting public engagement to identify regional public transportation needs. Get involved by 1) taking our survey, 2) mapping your experience, and 3) attending our virtual public meetings!

Take the Public Survey

Tomar La Encuesta Publica

Take the Agency Survey
(for Organizations)

Map Your Experience


View a Recording from our Virtual Public Meetings:



Presentation Recording

Meeting #1

Meeting #2

Meeting #3

Hunt Hunt Presentation April 27 April 29 N/A
Johnson Johnson Presentation May 5 May 6 N/A
Rockwall Rockwall Presentation May 12 May 13 N/A
Ellis & Navarro Ellis & Navarro Presentation May 19 May 20 N/A
Parker & Palo Pinto Parker & Palo Pinto Presentation May 26 May 27 N/A
Wise Wise Presentation June 2 June 3 N/A
Collin Collin Presentation June 9 June 10 June 12
Hood, Somervell & Erath Hood, Somervell & Erath Presentation June 16 June 17 N/A
Denton Denton Presentation June 23 June 24 June 26
Dallas Dallas Presentation June 29 July 1 June 26
Tarrant Tarrant Presentation July 7 July 8 July 10
Kaufman Kaufman Presentation July 14 July 15 N/A
​For special accommodations due to a disability or for language translation, call 817-695-9240 or email Reasonable accommodations will be made.
Para ajustes especiales por discapacidad o para interpretación de idiomas, llame al 817-695-9240 o por email: Se harán las adaptaciones razonables.


Staff coordinated with a wide range of stakeholders, transit customers, and the public to document the transportation needs of older adults, individuals with disabilities, individuals with lower incomes, and others with transportation challenges to update Access North Texas.  This plan outlines strategies to address these needs and serves as a guide for agencies that will implement these strategies to improve access to work, medical appointments, education, and the community during the next four years.

A coordinated public transit-human services plan is required by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST) the current federal transportation bill.  Furthermore, coordination is mandated in Texas among transportation providers, health and human service agencies, and workforce boards by Texas Administrative Code Chapter 461.  In North Central Texas, NCTCOG is the designated lead entity responsible for preparing and maintaining the region’s public transportation coordination plan.

Click here to view the 2013 Access North Texas Plan Document.


Contact Us

The next Access North Texas Plan will be released in the spring of 2022. For more information about Access North Texas previous updates, the public engagement process, or strategy development contact us at