TEXARKANA, Texas — Texas A&M University-Texarkana will soon have a T-Line transit system route dedicated to its campus.
The bus system will get going again for daily service Thursday, with university administration taking the bus to travel through town, according to a news release. Students and other university community members will also be able to try the route.
“This is a much needed addition to our campus community,” said Communications Director John Bunch. “The university has a significant number of students without access to transportation. Having a T-Line stop on campus will better enable them to experience the greater Texarkana area at a very affordable rate.”
Students will be able to ride the bus for $1 each way or can purchase an unlimited monthly pass for $20.
The first bus ride will take place at 1:30 p.m. Thursday near the new bus stop in front of the Patterson Student Center near Bringle Lake Road.