Mobility Mgt Coordinator
Seven Valleys Health Coalition
10 Kennedy Parkway
Cortland NY 13045
The Transportation Advisory Committee was created to support the Cortland County Legislature’s efforts to improve public and client transportation services in the community.
The Cortland County Legislature, with federal and state funding, commissioned a Transportation Needs Assessment to address concerns about both public transportation and human service agency client transportation services available to Cortland County residents. The final report took a close look at the current transportation system and made recommendations that would improve coordination among public and private service providers and expand transportation services both countywide and regionally.
When funding was approved through New York State, Cortland County signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Seven Valleys Health Coalition to implement and manage project systems and services.
What's happening with public transit in Cortland County? Check out this FAQ.
As of September 1, 2013 the following changes will be implemented. Cortland Transit is postponing other potential changes that were presented at the public hearings in June until after the impact from the new Medicaid brokerage system (coming October 1) is assessed.
If you have any questions please contact Sara Holl, General Manager of Cortland Transit, at 758-3383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to our News & Events page to read the full articles.
Starting October 1, all Medicaid recipients who need to schedule, cancel or inquire about Medicaid transportation services should call Medical Answering Services (MAS) at 855-733-9397 or go to their website www.medanswering.com.
CarFit has come to Cortland. We offer individual appointments at our office. Call 756-4198 for more info.
Park to Park Circuit in Cortland County
CTAA final report
You can find it here.
Dial-a-Ride Advance Notice
3 days or 1 day. Which is it?
The Regional Transportation Coalition has commissioned a mobility study of the 6 counties surrounding Tompkins County. Cortland County is included in the study.
Read more and sign up for updates.
Worried about gas prices?
Maybe it's time to think about using public transit. We have a "Bus Buddy" program to help first-time riders become comfortable with Cortland Transit.
Service to Homer Senior Center
Starting March 7 the Route 3 Cortland Transit bus will go through the Homer Town Hall parking lot and stop at the entrance to the Homer Senior Center when asked.
AARP Driver Safety Program
Nov 19 & 20 Homer Senior Center
Dec 11 & 12 Access to Independence
You must register for this class by calling the Cortland County Health Department at 758-5524. See complete schedule.