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Contact information for: Texas

Partners

Texas Partner:
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  • Carol Smith
  • Partner

  • 1440 CR 270
    Mico, TX 78056
    United States

  • (H) 830-612-3607 (Preferred)


  • txteamm1@gmail.com
Texas Associate:
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  • Bobby Beamer
  • Associate

  • 3310 Long Shadows
    Spring, TX 77380
    United States


  • (M) 281-636-9072 (Preferred)

  • bobby.beamer@charter.net
Texas Associate:
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  • Rhonda Treadaway
  • Associate

  • 10902 Coyote Court
    Austin, TX 78748
    United States


  • (M) 512-282-9395 (Preferred)

  • rtreadaway@hotmail.com
Texas Associate:
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  • Tony Eeds
  • Associate

  • 1407 San Saba Drive
    Dallas, TX 75218
    United States

  • (H) 214-763-0416 (Preferred)


  • tony@crsgroupusa.com

Clubs and Associations:

Texas Association:
Texas Club:
  • Ft. Worth Trailblazers
  • Club

  • , TX
    United States
  • Phone: 214-606-0396
  • AltPhone: 817-332-8161
Texas Club:
  • Southeast Texas Trail Blazers ATV Club
  • Club

  • P O Box 692
    League City, TX 77574
    United States
  • Phone: 713-332-8161
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Texas Training:

Agencies:

Texas Association:
Texas Club:
  • Ft. Worth Trailblazers
  • Club

  • , TX
    United States
  • Phone: 214-606-0396
  • AltPhone: 817-332-8161
Texas Club:
  • Southeast Texas Trail Blazers ATV Club
  • Club

  • P O Box 692
    League City, TX 77574
    United States
  • Phone: 713-332-8161
Texas Club:
Texas Club:
Texas Training:

Training Providers:

Texas Association:
Texas Club:
  • Ft. Worth Trailblazers
  • Club

  • , TX
    United States
  • Phone: 214-606-0396
  • AltPhone: 817-332-8161
Texas Club:
  • Southeast Texas Trail Blazers ATV Club
  • Club

  • P O Box 692
    League City, TX 77574
    United States
  • Phone: 713-332-8161
Texas Club:
Texas Club:
Texas Training:

Trails Program

The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is an assistance program of the Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Federal transportation funds benefit recreation by making funds available to the States to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both nonmotorized and motorized recreational trail uses.

Find the RTP contact person for this state.

Go to the Federal Highway Administration web page for the Recreational Trails Program.

Check the current RTP funding level for this state.