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The McKinney Urban Transit District (MUTD) is an urban transit district formed under Texas Transportation Code Chapter 458 in June 2016 and thus receives state funds for public transit operations in the McKinney urbanized area (UZA). The McKinney UZA is located in Collin County, which was served by the Texoma Area Paratransit System until January 2016.

MUTD serves areas within the city limits of Celina, Lowry Crossing, McKinney, Melissa, and Princeton. MUTD, partnering with the City of McKinney and the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA), created the Collin County Transit Program. This program offers subsidized taxi vouchers to seniors and people with disabilities in the five cities participating in MUTD. Eligible riders can request trips to any destination within Collin County.

The MUTD board is the governing body of Collin County Transit and currently includes all members of the McKinney City Council and representatives from Celina, Lowry Crossing, Melissa, and Princeton. DCTA is responsible for Collin County Transit’s administrative management, while Irving Holdings is in charge of daily operations.

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