TO SCHEDULE A TRIP, USE THE APP OR CALL
(254) 933-3700 FOR MORE INFORMATION.



NOTE FOR USERS OF THE CAVAZOS CONNECTOR
SYSTEM ON FORT CAVAZOS:
Fort Cavazos: The MicroTransit zone for the Barracks
connects to the Circulator route by way of the
Copeland Center. If you wish to be transported from
anywhere in the Barracks to a destination on the Circulator
Route, use the app to book a trip to the Copeland Center,
and then a bus can pick you up there and take you to your
destination. The Circulator Route runs approximately once
every twenty minutes, so there is very little waiting
involved. To get back to the Barracks zone, board the
Circulator Route back to the Copeland Center, and then use
the app to book a trip from there to your destination.



Click Here for a Map of the Cavazos Connector Bus Route


Click Here for a brief Demonstration Video for the App


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Welcome to The HOP

Operated by Hill Country Transit District

Hill Country Transit District (HCTD) operates The HOP, a regional public transit system that started in the 1960’s as a volunteer transit service that has since grown to serve a nine-county area covering over 9,000 square miles. In the last decade, the system has experienced significant growth and consists of three divisions: the nine-county Rural Division, the Killeen Urban Division consisting of Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, and Killeen; and the Temple Urban Division consisting of Belton and Temple.

Mission Statement

Hill Country Transit District, a political subdivision of the State of Texas, is a regional transit system whose mission is to build, refine, and operate a safe, dependable, and effective transportation network that provides mobility, improves the quality of life, and stimulates economic development through the provision of rural, urban fixed route, and ADA complementary paratransit service for citizens and visitors of the Central Texas area.

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