With the future of America’s public transportation, roads, bridges and rail systems on the line, transportation and community leaders from across the country will unite on April 9, to highlight “Stand Up for Transportation Day.” Chittenden County...
In 2014, University of Vermont Health Network-Central Vermont Medical Center (UVMHN-CVMC) recognized a need for residents within Barre City and Barre Town who were looking to access healthcare services at Barre Health Center through public...
The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) Board of Commissioners and its management staff recognized three employees who have reached significant milestones with amazing service and dedication to the community in which they serve.
CCTA appreciates the time the Burlington City Council took March 26 night to discuss and pass a resolution to encourage an end to the driver strike and is now reviewing a credible proposal offered by the Union.
As CCTA and the drivers’ Union prepare to engage in a mediated negotiation session on Feb. 21, it would like to reiterate its goals for a new three-year collective bargaining agreement and to offer clarifications on several issues.
The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) strives to incorporate green practices into its daily operations as it helps residents, employees, and visitors in its service area make sustainable transportation choices.
The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) announced the launch of two new websites to support its urban services and the rural services it provides outside Chittenden County as the Green Mountain Transit Agency (GMTA).