The Community Transportation Assistance Program (CTAP) was created through a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Health and Human Services. CTAP is intended to provide human service organizations, planners, funders, and individuals with expertise, training, and support. The mission of the Community Transportation Association in administering the Community Transportation Assistance Program is to build a strong network of transportation professionals and allies to support and advance community transportation and to make human services accessible through safe and affordable transportation services. These activities are designed to provide information, support and resources to those working to improve mobility in our nation's communities.
CTAP has "Information Conductors" in all fields of community transportation. The Conductors are available to answer any questions you may have and help with research within their fields.
The CTAP Peer Network, CTAPnet, is an online community of community transportation practitioners and experts. This revitalized Peer Network enables you to ask questions of transportation providers working in the field as well as engage in conversations with other transit professionals. It provides distance learning events on the latest topics of interest to community transportation.