Tim Patton, TAPS COO, said a response team determined that conditions have not improved as of late Monday afternoon and that operations will continue to be suspended through Tuesday. “As always, our prime motive is the safety of our passengers and drivers. While most of the main roads are relatively clear, secondary roads can be dangerous.”
Passengers who use on-demand services –including dialysis patients and airport shuttles to DFW and Love Field– will need to contact the TAPS Get-a-Ride Call Center when it reopens, to reschedule if necessary.
FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION visit the TAPS homepage at www.TAPSbus.com.
TAPS serves McKinney, including the counties of Clay, Collin, Cooke, Fannin, Grayson, Montague, Wise counties and operates a commuter route between Sherman-Denison and Durant, Oklahoma.
Story submitted by TAPS