County Transportation

Cumberland County Commissioners Respond to threats made by Capital Area Transit (CAT)
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The Cumberland County Commissioners held a news briefing on May 12, 2017 in response to threats made at a Capital Area Transit (CAT) Board Meeting on Thursday, May 11; specifically, bus service for residents might be terminated on July 1, 2017. The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners stated “unequivocally, service will not be interrupted”. 

May 12, 2017:
Press Release: Cumberland County Officials Vow No Cutoff of Bus Service 5.12.2017
Statement by BoC Regarding Threatened Termination of Bus Service 5.12.2017

May 3, 2017:
Press Release: Commissioners Call for Vote Against CAT's Proposed FY 2017-18 Budget

Resolution No. 2017-16 Urging Rejection of CAT's Proposed FY 2017-18 Budget 

March 29, 2017:

Patriot News Editorial:  A better deal for strap-hangers - CAT & rabbittransit should combine forces 

Commissioners' Statement on Fixed Route Bus Services for Commuters 3.30.2017
Press Release: Commissioners Cite Mounting Cost of CAT's Mismanagement 3.28.2017
Press Release: CAT's Engagement with McDonald Transit Associates 3.28.2017

Fact Sheet CAT's Mismanagement 3.28.2017
Primer issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation of the South Central Pennsylvania Transit Regionalization Study 3.28.2017

March 8, 2017:
Press Release: Cumberland County Officials Slam Generous CAT Pension Practices Amid Failing Service 3.8.2017
Letter to Auditor General DePasquale
Cumberland County Commissioner Joint Statement 3.8.2017
Central Penn Business Journal
ABC 27 News

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Both fixed route and shared ride transit services are available in Cumberland County.  Learn more and get on the move in Cumberland County!