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The Webb County Community Action Agency (WCCAA) is a rural transit district authorized by Texas Transportation Code Chapter 458 in 1988 and therefore receives state funding for rural transit services. WCCAA, through the El Aguila Rural Transit Program, serves rural areas of Webb County. The Laredo urbanized area falls entirely into Webb County and is served by El Metro, which the City of Laredo sponsors.
The El Aguila Rural Transit Program operates fixed-route bus service connecting Bruni, Mirando City, Oilton, and Pueblo Nuevo in eastern Webb County and El Cenizo and Rio Bravo in southern Webb County. The El Aguila Rural Transit Program also operates demand-response service throughout rural Webb County.
Greyhound and Valley Transit Company provide private intercity bus service in Webb County, with a station in Laredo. El Aguila rural transit services provide a connection to El Metro urban services; therefore, the El Aguila Transit Program can also access the intercity bus service.
The WCCAA Board of Directors governs the El Aguila Rural Transit Program. The board consists of one-third members representing low-income communities, one-third elected officials, and one-third private-business representatives. WCCAA is under the direction of the Webb County Commissioners Court.
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