CAT has a lot to offer the business community in today’s highly competitive environment. Many organizations have realized this and have seized the opportunity to gain a competitive advantage by offering employees transportation-related benefits including discounted passes, subsidized work shuttles or transportation tax incentives.

Business Opportunities

CAT has a lot to offer the business community in today’s highly competitive environment. Many organizations have realized this and have seized the opportunity to gain a competitive advantage by offering employees transportation-related benefits including discounted passes, subsidized work shuttles or transportation tax incentives.

Capital Area Transit Buses

Subsidized Shuttles

Need transportation for your employees? Perhaps we can collaborate on a new bus stop or deviate a route near your location. Subsidized shuttles are becoming increasingly popular to get your workforce to where you need them.

These area organizations have participated in the past or present to benefit from bulk discount pricing or subsidized shuttles.

  • Bethesda Mission
  • Holy Spirit Hospital
  • Lebanon VA Medical Center
  • PA Psychiatric Institute
  • Penn State Milton Hershey Medical Center
  • Salvation Army
  • UPMC Pinnacle
  • HACC
  • Harrisburg University
  • Penn State Middletown
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Bus Advertising

Advertising on CAT buses is a cost-effective way to reach prospective customers with larger-than-life messages they simply can’t ignore.

For bus advertising options and pricing, contact:

Anthony Maydwell
Market Manager Pennsylvania
Vector Media.
Phone: 717-592-8792
amaydwell@vectormedia.com
vectormedia.com

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Bus Shelter Advertising

Why Transit Ads?

  • They’re memorable. A study of transit shelters in Philadelphia indicated that “aided recall” of the ad message was nearly three times that of print ads, and nearly twice that of TV.
  • They’re hard to ignore. Transit ads can’t be fast-forwarded or tossed aside. People see your ads seven days a week, around the clock, when they’re out of the house or office and ready to respond. Often, they have no choice but to look!
  • They’re cost-effective and simple to execute. Transit advertising typically costs much less per impression than television, radio, newspaper, internet ads or billboards—as little as $.003.

For bus shelter advertising options and pricing, contact Lamar Outdoor Advertising at 717-252-1528.

Requests for Proposals

CAT operates mobility services in Dauphin County, Cumberland County, and the city of Harrisburg. To provide our services, we rely on a broad range of businesses and contractors who work with us through the procurement process. The goods and services we purchase, ranging from office supplies to buses, are crucial to providing safe, reliable and economical transportation for our customers.

CAT is committed to providing a full and open competitive environment for procurement opportunities in conformance with local, state and federal regulations. CAT solicitations are issued as Request for Proposals (RFP); Invitations for Bids (IFB); or, Request for Quotations (RFQ) depending on the type of goods or services.

Guidelines and procedures for all procurements are contained in the bid documents at the time of solicitation. CAT encourages small businesses owned by minorities and women to pursue contracts to compete for CAT business.

If you are interested in obtaining RFPs, please James Mobley at jmobley@cattransit.com.

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