Community Development Transportation Program

The Community Development Transportation Program provides non-emergency transportation services to eligible low-income senior and/or disabled citizens. Victims of domestic violence or sexual assault are considered on a referral basis. BRAC has partnered with Harris County’s Rides and Transit Programs to provide local service and to/from Houston for medical appointments. Participants are required to prove eligibility and must apply in person at the BRAC Office. 


If eligible, a participant may receive monthly Rides Program Funds and an unlimited monthly bus pass. The Rides funds can be used with any of the Harris County Rides Program contract providers. A list of current Rides contract providers is available on their website: The bus passes can be used on the Harris County Transit fixed routes circular bus. Harris County operates the bus in Baytown and transfers to routes in other nearby communities as well. Current maps and schedules are available at:


1. Applicants must be a resident of the City of Baytown.

2. Applicants must be 65 years of age or older, have a certified disability, or receive a referral for domestic violence/sexual assault.

3. Applicants must complete the application for services and submit in person.

4. Applicant’s household annual gross income must not exceed the stated maximum income limits.


 Contact the Baytown Resource & Assistance Center Office at (281) 424-5752 for general information, program guidelines and an application form (or download available forms and documents below). Completed applications must be submitted in person at the BRAC Office located at 5309 Decker Drive, Baytown, Texas. All documents for proof of eligibility must be submitted along with the completed application.