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METRO has a 1 percent sales and use tax imposed within METRO’s service area for transit activities. By voter mandate, METRO dedicates up to 25 percent of its sales tax for the General Mobility Program. Most of this funding is passed on to the city of Houston, Harris County and 14 multi-cities for general mobility projects.
Monthly Financial Reports
Archives - Quarterly Financial Reports
Quadrennial Performance Audits
|CAFR For Pension Plans
CAFR & Single Audit Reports
Triennial Review and National Transit Database (NTD) Reports
Health & Welfare Trust
IRMA Letter & Other Correspondence
*ABOUT OUR REGISTER DATA:You can view METRO’s register data several ways. Choose the month you wish to view,
and then sort on any of the available columns, by clicking on the heading
of that column. We also offer two options for downloading at the bottom of
the register data.
Texas Government Code, Chapter 552, gives you the right to access government records; and an
officer for public information and the officer’s agent may not ask why you want them. All
government information is presumed to be available to the public. Certain exceptions may apply to
the disclosure of the information. Governmental bodies shall promptly release requested
information that is not confidential by law, either constitutional, statutory, or by judicial decision, or
information for which an exception to disclosure has not been sought.
Requests For Document Under The Texas Public Information Act (TPIA):
Public Information Officer
Designated Contact For TPIA Requests:
Jacqueline Hojem: email@example.com
Metropolitan Transit Authority
P.O. Box 61429
Direct Phone: 713-739-4071
Facsimile: 713-739-4699 Attn: Jacqueline Hojem
Responsibilities & Procedures (PDF)
Ley de Información Pública (PDF)
Record Fees (PDF)
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