South East Texas Transit
South East Texas Transit (SETT) is a rural transportation system that provides curb-to-curb demand/response transportation service for healthcare, shopping, social services, employment, education, and recreational needs.
The South East Texas Regional Planning Commission (SETRPC) is a designated rural transit district and utilizes federal and state funds to provide Section 5311 and Section 5310 transportation services.
The purpose of SETT is to provide efficient, coordinated, and cost-effective transportation services to residents of Orange County, Hardin County, Rural Western Jefferson County, as well as transportation services for seniors, age 60 years and older, and the disabled in the Mid-Jefferson County cities of Groves, Port Neches, and Nederland. View brochure for more information, including service areas, schedules and fees.
- Provides an easy, enjoyable commute
- Provides extra time for reading, working, and/or resting
- Save on gas, parking, auto maintenance, and insurance
- Ease traffic congestion
- Helps improve air quality
Program Goals and Objectives
- Advances clean air objectives
- Increases awareness about public transportation
- Improves the quality of life for all southeast Texans
- Provides citizens who have disabilities a suitable and reliable means of transportation
South East Texas Transit: Rural Hardin County Transit
Phone (409) 892-4455
View brochure for service area, schedule and fees.
Medicare eligible clients may qualify for additional transportation services. Call 2-1-1 for more information.
For more information concerning the South East Texas Transit Program, contact D’Juana Fowler, Transportation Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (409) 899-8444 x6601.