WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 - 10:30 AM - SUMMER MEETING

ATA HQ 07 SE web

LOCATION: ATA Headquarters - 44 Transportation Center - Johnsonburg PA

MAP/STREET VIEW - ATA HQ  Ridgway Township near Johnsonburg PA

CONTACT: Michael Imbrogno CEO - 814.965.2111

EXTRA INFO: If you plan to attend the board meeting of the Area Transportation Authority contact ATA for the latest information on meeting start time and meeting procedures.

START TIME: 10:30 AM

    END TIME: (no specified time)

OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE

"The Area Transportation Authority of North Central Pennsylvania Board of Directors will hold a Regular Board meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, AUGUST 21, 2019.

The meeting will be held in the Board Conference Room at the Authority’s Regional Facility located at 44 Transportation Center, Johnsonburg, PA."

YEAR - 2019 ATA BOARD MEETINGS

  • AUGUST 21, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING
  • NOVEMBER 20, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING

 

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 - 10:30 AM - SUMMER MEETING

ATA HQ 07 SE web

LOCATION: ATA Headquarters - 44 Transportation Center - Johnsonburg PA

MAP/STREET VIEW - ATA HQ  Ridgway Township near Johnsonburg PA

CONTACT: Michael Imbrogno CEO - 814.965.2111

EXTRA INFO: If you plan to attend the board meeting of the Area Transportation Authority contact ATA for the latest information on meeting start time and meeting procedures.

START TIME: 10:30 AM

    END TIME: (no specified time)

OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE

"The Area Transportation Authority of North Central Pennsylvania Board of Directors will hold a Regular Board meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, AUGUST 21, 2019.

The meeting will be held in the Board Conference Room at the Authority’s Regional Facility located at 44 Transportation Center, Johnsonburg, PA."

YEAR - 2019 ATA BOARD MEETINGS

  • AUGUST 21, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING
  • NOVEMBER 20, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING

 

Clarion Area Transit

Part-Time and Back-Up Bus Drivers

CAT BUS - Clarion Area Tarnsit

Are you retired and looking for part-time work?

ATA is seeking qualified applicants for jobs as part-time and back-up bus operators in its Clarion Area Transit fleet serving Clarion PA, the Clarion University, and surrounding communities.

·      Do you love to drive?

·      Do you enjoy serving other people?

·      Can you work on your own?

ATA will interview you and consider you for a part time driver position in its Clarion Area Transit fleet:

These part time driver jobs offer:

·      days/weeknights/evenings

·      vacation pay

·      paid training when learning routes

·      sick and vacation time accumulation

·      reimbursable CDL license cost

·      CDL preferred (class B/P endorsement), but

ATA will train and assist with CDL requirements if needed

 

For an application or more information call 1-877-777-7304 or you can download and complete the ATA DRIVER APPLICATION here:

CLICK HERE for a PDF file MAIL-IN APPLICATION FOR DRIVERS

Option 1 EMAIL completed application and resume as attachments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Option 2 US MAIL completed application and resume to:

V. King, ATA Human Resources

Area Transportation Authority

44 Transportation Center

Johnsonburg, PA 15845-2102 

The Area Transportation Authority is actively seeking minority and/or female applicants. 

The Area Transportation Authority of North Central Pennsylvania

(ATA) is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

ATA ACTIVELY SEEKS MINORITY, AND/OR FEMALE APPLICANTS FOR ALL DRIVER POSITIONS

POSTED – August 1, 2019   EXPIRES: OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch this new video short about ATA and its partners in rural transit.

In the mid1970s, the Pennsylvania legislature enacted the Rural Public Transportation Operating Assistance Program in response to a need for affordable public transportation for the Commonwealth’s rural citizens.

The question, “Is there a mobility problem in rural Pennsylvania?” was asked in 1975 and the answer was “yes”.

 

In Pennsylvania, public transportation in rural communities is a vital component of ensuring access to employment, medical, recreational and social services for all residents.  Pennsylvania has long been recognized as a leader in public transportation with significant investments of public funds to ensure the continuation of services in both urban and rural areas.

 

In rural communities, the poor, elderly and disabled, are among the nation’s most isolated citizens, and transportation disadvantaged. The highest concentrations of seniors and disabled individuals in the Commonwealth reside in rural areas. Senior citizens make up around 44% of all transit riders in rural Pennsylvania and over 17% of the rural population is disabled.