Even though Howe is a small town, its location makes many types of transporation avaliable to its citizens. From U.S. Highway 75 to buses and airports, transporation takes to the citizens of our town to all parts of the state, country and world.
The Texoma Area Paratransit Systems provides transportation to everyone in the Texoma area. With 7 mini-vans and 33 passenger buses, citizens in the Texoma area rely upon TAPS for trips to work, the grocery store and school. TAPS has agreements with the Dallas Area Rapid Transit systems DART which connects the riders of TAPS to the Dallas Metroplex.
Grayson County Airport
In Nov 2007, the airport was renamed "North Texas Regional Airport at Perrin Field. The airport originally had three runways, but one is closed and is used solely as a taxiway.
The airport is used entirely for general aviation purposes. Several of the buildings are occupied by businesses, Grayson County government agencies, as well as Grayson County College.
As a general aviation reliever airport, unconfirmed reports suggest that the airport might potentially (in the distant future) serve as a third airport for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to handle travelers from its growing northern suburbs. If this occurs, commercial traffic would be focused on regional jet airline operations. A planned extension of State Highway 289 would pass the airport on the west side.
Sherman Municipal Airport
As general aviation expands away from the crowded skies over the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Sherman Municipal Airport provides a friendly general aviation airport located on the southeast edge of
Sherman, Texas, only minutes from Howe.
The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth and is the busiest airport in the U.S. state of Texas.
Located just 60 miles southwest of Howe, Texas, DFW is a transportation link between the community of Howe and countries around the globe.