BATAVIA, Ohio (May 10, 2019) — The Clermont Transportation Connection (CTC) will hold three public hearings seeking input on the proposed elimination of CTC Route 1 Felicity – Eastgate via Amelia on the following dates:
The route, which provides service to Felicity, Amelia and Eastgate on Tuesdays and Thursdays, has very low ridership, said CTC Director John Rayman. The proposed change would eliminate the route, and allow CTC to provide more Dial-a-Ride service, which is very popular, and is a flexible alternative to the current Route 1.
The public is invited to attend one of the sessions, or direct comments or questions to Rayman at 513.732.7577 or email@example.com.
The CTC website has information on bus and Dial-A-Ride services: https://ctc.clermontcountyohio.gov/dial-a-ride-service/.
BATAVIA, Ohio (Aug. 5, 2016) – The Clermont Transportation Connection (CTC) has several openings for full-time and part-time CDL vehicle operators, as well as full-time non-CDL vehicle operator/CDL trainees.
“We’re looking for applicants who enjoy driving and like to help people,” said CTC Director Lisa Gatwood. “Our bus drivers pride themselves on their customer service.”
CTC provides bus service for Clermont County residents. It offers both fixed-route buses that go between New Richmond and Amelia and downtown Cincinnati Monday-Friday during commute hours, as well as door-to-door routes through its Dial-A-Ride service.
Pay starts at $11.04 an hour for CDL vehicle operators and $10.44 an hour for non-CDL vehicle operator/CDL trainees. The county offers an excellent benefits package, which includes several reasonably priced health insurance, dental and vision plans; State of Ohio pension plan with 14% county contribution; county-paid life insurance; two weeks of vacation, an annual personal day, and 10 paid holidays; and a generous tuition reimbursement plan, allowing employees to pursue certifications and degrees.
Applicants for the full-and part-time positions must have a high school degree or GED; a valid driver’s license; and a CDL class B with passenger endorsement for CDL vehicle operators. Non-CDL vehicle operator/CDL trainees will be offered on-the-job training, and must get their CDL within 180 days of beginning employment. Those who pass the exam will have their exam costs reimbursed, Gatwood said.
“Our positions offer flexibility, stability and the opportunity for advancement,” Gatwood said.
Those who are interested in applying can call 513.732.7433 for more information. Applications are made online at www.clermontcountyohio.gov. From the menu at the top, click on I Want To/Apply/CountyJobs.
BATAVIA, Ohio (June 7, 2016) – The Clermont Transportation Connection has added 12 buses to its fleet.
The new buses seat 16 passengers, and accommodate two wheelchair passengers, said Lisa Gatwood, Director of CTC. Eight buses, which were purchased from 2006-09, will be auctioned off.
The new buses cost about $892,000 and were paid for primarily through grants, Gatwood said.
With the new buses, CTC will have a fleet of 30 buses.
CTC offers both fixed routes and Dial-A-Ride service. The fixes routes are from New Richmond and Amelia to downtown Cincinnati, plus a shuttle from Felicity and Amelia to Eastgate. Dial-A-Ride provides door-to-door service throughout Clermont County. Read more about CTC’s services on its website.