Capital Area Transit, rabbittransit cuts service

Capital Area Transit and rabbittransit cut service due to employee shortage

Two transit companies in the Susquehanna Valley have announced service cuts due to staffing shortages. Rabbittransit’s fixed-route service reductions in Adams and York counties will begin Feb. 6. Capital Area Transit (CAT) fixed-route service reductions in Cumberland and Dauphin counties will begin Feb. 7. to thousands of residents for jobs, medical care and access to food despite service changes. “Like many businesses, we are being impacted by employee shortages in the marketplace and complications from COVID. The combination of these two has impacted our service areas, which has impacted our hand workforce, our passengers and much more. Downsizing creates the need to change the service,” Executive Director Richard Farr said in a press release. CAT and rabbittransit are seeking qualified candidates for full-time and part-time operators for fixed-route and paratransit services. However, if a candidate wishes to obtain a CDL, there are company-sponsored training programs. For more information on careers at Capital Area Transit or rabbittransit or to apply online, visit cattransit.com or rabbittransit.org.

Two transit companies in the Susquehanna Valley have announced service cuts due to staffing shortages.

CAT and rabbittransit said they would continue to provide essential transportation to thousands of residents for employment, medical care and access to food despite service changes.

“Like many businesses, we are being impacted by employee shortages in the marketplace and complications from COVID. The combination of these two has impacted our service areas, which has impacted our hand workforce, our passengers and much more. Downsizing creates the need to change the service,” Executive Director Richard Farr said in a press release.

CAT and rabbittransit are seeking qualified candidates for full-time and part-time Operator positions for Fixed-Route and Paratransit services.

A CDL is not required for all available riding positions. However, if a candidate wishes to obtain a CDL, there are company-sponsored training programs.

For more information on careers at Capital Area Transit or rabbittransit or to apply online, go to cattransit.com Where rabbittransit.org.