Membership

Founded by a small group of community transportation professionals in 1989, organizations and individuals have joined CTAA as members to share innovation, receive training and certification specific to their needs, advance policy and legislative priorities and improve mobility options in their communities. Membership is always open to all seeking access to these valuable benefits and contribute to our industry’s future – just click on Join Us below.

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Member Testimonials

At CTAA, our members are more than our customers: they are our family and the reason we exist. Hear from your peers – fellow community transit professionals – on the value they’ve realized from their CTAA membership.

Beecher Hudson

CTAA membership is so important to me because it allows me to keep up with the transit industry without having to go and research various resources. They take lengthy regulations, rules and legislation and let me know what I need to know.

Beecher Hudson
Louisville Wheels Transportation
Louisville, Ky.

Julia Castillo

Being a CTAA member for HIRTA has brought us many opportunities for trainings, information about transit throughout all regions, expertise in legislative issues and agenda's and networking with transit minded people from various types of operations.

Julia Castillo
Heart of Iowa Regional Transportation Authority
Urbandale, Iowa

David Bruffy

There is no other source that provides the contacts, professional expertise and relevant information like the Community Transportation Association of America. Mountain Line’s CTAA Membership is money well spent.

David Bruffy
Mountain Line Transportation Authority
Morgantown, W.Va.

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The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.