Our Services.

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Board of Directors Application

Chatham Transit Network is a local non-profit agency and we are always looking for local citizens who are willing to serve...

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Make a Reservation

Transportation service is provided to any Chatham County resident traveling in the County. We require 48 hour notice for all reservations. Click Read More to make a reservation...

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Title VI Complaint Form

It is the policy of Chatham Transit Network to ensure compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and all other related nondiscrimination laws and requirements...

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Our History.

Formation of Transportation Committee

To take advantage of grants available in the early 1980’s for the purchase of new vehicles, the Chatham County Human Services Transportation Committee was formed and included the following organizations: Community College, Chatham Child Development Center, the Chatham County Council on Aging, Department of Social Services, Wake Opportunities – Head Start, Haywood Moncure Health Center, JOCCA, Chatham Trades and the County Manager. Chatham Trades was designated the lead organization. Chatham Trades, Chatham Child Development Center, and Haywood Moncure Health Center initiated ridesharing between their respective agencies.

"Chatham Transit has been a blessing to me. It is the only way I have to get to work."

Barbara Sheppard

2015-10-07T17:25:17+00:00

Barbara Sheppard

"Chatham Transit has been a blessing to me. It is the only way I have to get to work."
To take advantage of grants available in the early 1980’s for the purchase of new vehicles, the Chatham County Human Services Transportation Committee was formed and included the following organizations: Community College, Chatham Child Development Center, the Chatham County Council on Aging, Department of Social Services, Wake Opportunities – Head Start, Haywood Moncure Health Center, JOCCA, Chatham Trades and the County Manager. Chatham Trades was designated the lead organization. Chatham Trades, Chatham Child Development Center, and Haywood Moncure Health Center initiated ridesharing between their respective agencies

Anthony Cox

2015-10-07T18:22:08+00:00

Anthony Cox

To take advantage of grants available in the early 1980’s for the purchase of new vehicles, the Chatham County Human Services Transportation Committee was formed and included the following organizations: Community College, Chatham Child Development Center, the Chatham County Council on Aging, Department of Social Services, Wake Opportunities – Head Start, Haywood Moncure Health Center, JOCCA, Chatham Trades and the County Manager. Chatham Trades was designated the lead organization. Chatham Trades, Chatham Child Development Center, and Haywood Moncure Health Center initiated ridesharing between their respective agencies
"I think this service is a great thing for the County. Nice drivers with a lot of respect."

Earl T. Smith

2016-01-05T15:25:59+00:00

Earl T. Smith

"I think this service is a great thing for the County. Nice drivers with a lot of respect."
"I appreciate Chatham Transit. They have good customer service."

Maria Vico

2016-01-05T15:26:48+00:00

Maria Vico

"I appreciate Chatham Transit. They have good customer service."

Our News.

NCDOT Public Transportation Strategic Plan

The N.C. Department of Transportation is developing the Public Transportation Statewide Strategic Plan to improve transportation services across North Carolina. Stakeholders and the public are

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Public Hearing

Chatham Transit Network will hold a public hearing for proposed FY19 Grant Applications on Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 9:00 am at the Chatham County

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ACCEPTING DRIVER APPLICATIONS

We are always looking for dependable people to join our team. Please fill out the following application if you are interested. Application For Employment Step

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Did you know?

Something about Chatham Transit

  • Chatham Transit provides public transportation throughout Chatham County for as little as $2.00 each way!

    In-County Service
  • Chatham Transit runs eight times each weekday from Pittsboro to Chapel Hill for $3.00 each way!

    CT Express
  • Chatham Transit runs three times each weekday from Siler City to Chapel Hill for $3.00 each way!

    CT Express

Fares

Fares for In-County Service

  • 0 to 5 miles: $2.00
  • 5 to 10 miles: $4.00
  • 10 to 20 miles: $7.00
  • 20 or more miles: $3.00
  • for each 10 mile increment
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