Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority
Welcome to Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority and Central County Transportation Authority
The Kalamazoo County Transportation Authority (KCTA) was created in January 2006 by the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners with the purpose of integrating public transportation services into a county-wide system. Governed by a nine-member Board and managed by an Executive Director, the KCTA works collaboratively with the City of Kalamazoo's Metro Transit to provide quality transportation on a county-wide level.
The public transit system provided over 3.2 million rides in 2014 through the line haul bus system, Metro County Connect and the Community Service Van program. Public transit is funded through rider fares, voter approved local millages, as well as state and federal funds.