Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA) is a non-profit, membership-based, transportation management association serving Chittenden County.
They administer and manage customized, turn-key programs that offer a better way to get to work, save money, reduce parking challenges and congestion, and cut carbon emissions. Though they don't operate transit services, they have strong partnerships with local transit organizations and they can help you navigate them.
Their motto: We'll help you get there.
Champlain College is a founding member along with the other "Hill Institutions" of The University of Vermont (UVM) and The University of Vermont Medical Center (UVMMC - formerly Fletcher Allen). Champlain's partnership with CATMA provides it the opportunity to jointly manage and share resources, better coordinate land use, reduce congestion, and lessen environmental impacts on the Hill and the community.
CATMA jointly plans and manages safe, convenient, and economical parking and transportation in ways that better coordinate land use and reduce environmental impacts. The goals that support this mission are:
CATMA provides and promotes transportation options and assistance to employees and students of its members. The benefits of commuting by bike, bus, carpool, and by your own feet include saving money, reducing stress, enhancing health, making friends, and lessening our impact on the environment.
Champlain College strongly encourages ALL employees to sign up with CATMA, both to help us understand our employees commutes and provide better programming, but also for the employee to take advantage of the commuter programs and services offered through CATMA.
CATMA incentive programs and services include:
For more information and to register with CATMA, please visit CATMAVT.org or call 802-656-RIDE for details.