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The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA)

(Private)  
Transportation
100 - 250 employees  |  
Overview

The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) was chartered
in 1973 by the Vermont General Assembly after the private bus operator
went out of business. CCTA serves the communities of Burlington, Essex,
South Burlington, Shelburne, Williston, Winooski, Milton, Hinesburg, and
a portion of Colchester. LINK Express routes serve Montpelier,
Middlebury, and St. Albans commuters. CCTA is considered a municipality
and is the first and only transit authority in the State of Vermont.


In 2011, CCTA and the Green Mountain Transit Agency (GMTA) became a
single unified organization, making CCTA the first and only regional
transit authority in the State of Vermont. Outside of Chittenden County,
in Washington, Lamoille, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties, CCTA
operates as GMTA and provides a variety of public transportation
services including local routes, commuter routes, demand response
medical shuttles, and service to elders and persons with disabilities.
For more information on the services CCTA provides as GMTA, please go to
gmtaride.org


CCTA is currently governed by a thirteen member Board of Commissioners
with two Commissioners each representing Burlington, Essex, Hinesburg,
Shelburne, South Burlington, Milton, Williston and Winooski.

Benefits

Thank you for your interest in the Chittenden County Transportation Authority. We offer a unique work environment that reflects our company’s values and high standards of quality service. CCTA is an equal opportunity employer and is always looking to add qualified and energetic individuals to our transportation team!

The mission of CCTA is to promote and operate safe, convenient, accessible, innovative and sustainable public transportation services in the northwest and central Vermont region that reduce congestion and pollution, encourage transit oriented development and enhance the quality of life for all.

CCTA accomplishes this mission through the support of over 180 dedicated professionals. Whether it is a bus driver out in the field or an administrative employee in the office, CCTA staff are rooted in our operational work and are committed to providing the quality transportation services Vermonters deserve. CCTA supports its employees in realizing our mission by a consistent approach to continuous learning and professional development.

Careers

Thank you for your interest in the Chittenden County Transportation Authority. We offer a unique work environment that reflects our company's values and high standards of quality service.  CCTA is an equal opportunity employer and is always looking to add qualified and energetic individuals to our transportation team!

CCTA provides full-time employees a generous compensation package that includes paid time off, medical, dental and vision insurance, flexible spending account, retirement plan,short-term and long-term Disability Insurance, life and AD&D insurance, Employee Assistance Program and a tuition reimbursement.

Come join our talented team of employees dedicated to improving the quality of life in Vermont. 

 

Mission
The mission of CCTA is to promote and operate safe, convenient, accessible, innovative and sustainable public transportation services in the northwest and central Vermont region that reduce congestion and pollution, encourage transit oriented development and enhance the quality of life for all.
Services
CCTA offers fixed routes, local commuter routes, LINK Express routes, and ADA paratransit services. CCTA also provides shuttles from senior housing complexes to local supermarkets and neighborhood specials for student transportation to Burlington schools.
Contact us
Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA)
15 Industrial Parkway
Burlington, Vermont 05401