Island Transit (Texas)
The system was started in 1893, with its streetcar system, making it the oldest current streetcar system in Texas. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Transit Authority have agreed to fund the repair of the rail cars, that were damaged in Hurricane Ike.
- 1 71st St via Market/Broadway
- 2 UTMB/Ferry Rd
- Rhiannon Meyers. "FEMA to pay $200 million for infrastructure". Galveston County Daily News. Retrieved 2010-01-08.
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