The Aviation, Traffic and Transportation Department encompasses the following divisions and areas of service: Fleet Maintenance, Traffic Engineering, and Transporation Planning.
FallsRide operates a Route Deviation and Demand Responsive system to provide mass transit service for the general public of Wichita Falls. Buses can deviate 1/4 mile to pick up or drop off passengers. Service is available Monday through Saturday.
Fleet Maintenance is open 24 hours a day, six days a week, providing repair and maintenance services for over 720 city vehicles and pieces of equipment. This division is also responsible for purchasing all City replacement vehicles and small equipment.
The Aviation division operates two public airports: Wichita Falls Municipal Airport and Kickapoo Downtown Airport. Wichita Falls Municipal Airport services scheduled and non-scheduled commercial flights and private aircraft. Kickapoo Downtown Airport services local and transit general aviation aircraft.
Traffic Engineering responsibilities include maintenance and repair of city-controlled outdoor lighting, traffic and warning lights, street signs and downtown and hospital districts parking control duties.
The Clarence W. Muehlberger Travel is now an E-stop for Greyhound Bus Lines. All tickets and bus tracking must be done electronically through the Greyhound website. No tickets will be available for purchase through the Clarence Muehlberger Travel Center.
Transportation Planning or the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (WFMPO), is the regional planning organization responsible for working with local, state, and federal governments, the private sector, and citizens to plan coordinated transportation systems designed to move people, goods, and services efficiently and safely through the MPO area.