The Texarkana Urban Transit District (TUTD), known as T-Line, operates fixed-route bus service and ADA paratransit service in Nash, Texarkana, and Wake Village in Texas and Texarkana in Arkansas. In Texas, TUTD is an urban transit district authorized by Texas Transportation Code Chapter 458 in 1999 and therefore receives Texas state funding. T-Line’s service area in Texas falls entirely into Bowie County, covering 85.5 percent of the population and 72.4 percent of the land area of the Texas part of the Texarkana urbanized area according to the U.S. Census 2010. The rural areas of Bowie County are served by the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG). ATCOG enters into an interlocal agreement with TUTD to provide management and fiscal services to the T-Line system, as well as to operate the ADA paratransit service. Amtrak passenger rail stops at the boundary of Texas and Arkansas and T-Line bus routes provide access to the Amtrak station.
The Texarkana Urban Transit Board is the governing body of T-Line. The board is comprised of two members from Nash, Texas; two members from Wake Village, Texas; three members from Texarkana, Texas; and three members from Texarkana, Arkansas.
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