Transit providers primarily focused on serving older adults and people with disabilities - including volunteer-based operations - and for whom Section 5310 funding is the single largest source of federal transit investment should join CTAA in this category.
CTAA has, from the start, advocated on behalf of the Section 5310 program serving older adults and people with disabilities. From inclusive planning, safety training and diversified capital equipment programs, no one serves the specialized transit industry like CTAA.
Latest CTAA Resources for Specialized Operators
- Notes from the December Specialized Transit Member Call (PDF)
- Inclusive Transportation Planning Digital CT Magazine Edition
- Press Release: Toyota Delivers New Prius to Senior Connection Volunteer Transportation Program (PDF)
- Tip-Sheet on Planning Inclusive Meetings (PDF)
Why You Should Join CTAA in the Specialized Category
- Discounts on our Community Transportation EXPO as well as our full menu of training programs
- Help set CTAA's advocacy and regulatory agenda
- Networking opportunities through regular calls and sessions with other specialized operators
- Description: Transit agencies primarily focused on serving older adults and people with disabilities and for whom Section 5310 funding is the single largest source of federal transit investment. Volunteer-based transportation agencies often fit into this category.
- Price: Base dues of $250 plus $25 for every vehicle used in operating service up to a maximum of $3,000.
- Membership Benefits