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Transportation is an important issue facing Tarrant County, especially when it comes to providing affordable transportation options to both elderly and disabled citizens. Seven cities throughout Tarrant County have come together in a partnership to provide these transportation needs to their residents.


SINCE 2010




SINCE 2007

The Northeast Transportation Service (NETS) is a partnership of the cities of Bedford, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Hurst, Keller and North Richland Hills. NETS is a door-to-door, demand responsive para-transit service and is available to any resident of a participating city who is disabled or 65 years of age or older. NETS may be used for medical appointments, socialization, employment, essential shopping and education purposes.

NETS brings many organizations together to provide this service to its customers. The Board of Directors of the NETS Urban Transit District is comprised of the city manager of each member city. The NETS Board establishes the annual budget, fare policy, and passenger eligibility requirements. The Board meets every other month to discuss the services provided and how to better serve its customers.

In addition to the cooperation of the seven cities, NETS has partnerships with both Trinity Metro and Catholic Charities. An inter-local agreement is in place with Trinity Metro to provide transit services and oversight of operations. Trinity Metro then contracts with a non-profit agency, Catholic Charities, to operate the service and maintain the NETS vehicles. Trinity Metro and Catholic Charities report monthly operating and performance statistics to the NETS Board.

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