Capital Area Transit (The CAT)

Bismarck, ND 58501


About Capital Area Transit (The CAT)


3750 East Rosser Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
United States

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Capital Area Transit (CAT) is the fixed route public system in Bismarck & Mandan, North Dakota.

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Ride CAT free Oct. 31.

CAT Provides Free Halloween Rides

Oct. 27, 2015
Capital Area Transit (CAT) will be providing a Free Ride Day on Halloween.This fare free day is not limited to any time or route. It will be available for all 12 routes all day...
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ND: Werre to Receive UGPTI Lifetime Achievement Award

Aug. 4, 2015
Former Bis-Man Transit Director Robin Werre will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute.Werre, recently retired executive ...

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ND: How to Ride the CAT

Sept. 26, 2013
Learn how to ride the CAT, from beginning to end. This video will take you through all of the how to ride chapters.

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CAT to Discontinue Guaranteed Ride Home Program

March 30, 2015
A supplemental program to the Capital Area Transit fixed-route system, the Guaranteed Ride Home program, will be discontinued at the end of April. A state grant that had helped...
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One of the two new Gillig buses purchased by Capital Area Transit awaits installation of a farebox, RouteMatch hardware and an external advertising wrap.

CAT Gets Two New Buses

Feb. 18, 2015
Two new buses worth nearly $800,000 have been delivered to Capital Area Transit from California and will be pressed into duty potentially at the end of February or beginning of...
Joe Kraft has been promoted and will assume full-time duties as the customer service representative for Jefferson Lines at the Bismarck Bus Depot.

CAT Announces Promotion

Jan. 27, 2015
Joe Kraft has been promoted and will assume full-time duties as the Customer Service Representative for Jefferson Lines at the Bismarck Bus Depot.Kraft has been working at the...

CAT Utilizing Enhanced Technology

Jan. 20, 2015
A year-long technology project has been completed at the Bismarck-Mandan Transit Center and customers catching the Capital Area Transit (CAT) now have more information at their...
Usage of Capital Area Transit continues to swell, as the fixed-route system increased its ridership by more than 3,000 one-way rides in 2014.

CAT Sees 2014 Ridership Gains

Jan. 14, 2015
Capital Area Transit’s 10th anniversary proved to be its biggest year yet, with ridership increasing by over 3,000 rides from its 2013 mark.

Windows in Bismarck Bus Shelters Vandalized

Nov. 20, 2014
Damages to the shelters is estimated to be over $3,000.
CAT has launched its new website.

CAT, Bis-Man Transit Website Gets A New Look

Nov. 17, 2014
Web users will notice a new look to the Capital Area Transit (CAT) and Bis-Man Transit web site. A new, responsive site was launched on Nov. 10.

Halloween Free Ride Days Generate Increased Ridership

Nov. 6, 2014
The Halloween Free Ride Days promotion, a two-day event running Oct. 30-31, helped to generate over 1,100 rides for Capital Area Transit (CAT).
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The CAT will be altering its B-2 route, which serves southeast Bismarck on Sept. 15

CAT Altering Route to Serve UTTC

Sept. 12, 2014
The Capital Area Transit (CAT) is altering one of its bus routes to begin serving United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) later this month.