MCTA Board meetings are generally held the last Thursday of each month, 5:30 PM at the Monroe County Transit Authority Administrative Office. These meetings are open to the public and remarks are welcome at the beginning of each meeting. The next meeting of the Board is December 20, 2018 at 5:30 PM.
Martha Kitchen was the founder and first Board of Directors Chairperson in 1979. Two of the people in this photo are still active with MCTA today - Wayne Mazur, Vice Chairman and Marc Wolfe, Solicitor.
Instructions: Use the Adobe form to complete the information and then sign the document. This form must be completed by each employee that may require operating a company vehicle. Do not send money with the DL-503 form. No application will be considered if this form is missing. Please fax applications to (570) 839-8205 or mail to MCTA Attention: Human Resources.
The purpose of ePATCH is to better enable the public to obtain criminal history record checks. The repository was created and is maintained in accordance with Pennsylvania's Criminal History Information Act contained in Chapter 91 of Title 18, Crimes Code. This Act also directs the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) to disseminate criminal history data to criminal justice agencies, non-criminal justice agencies and individuals on request. Criminal justice agencies can access all of an individual's criminal history record information (CHRI). Requests made by noncriminal justice agencies and individuals are subject to edit criteria contained in the law.
MCTA receives subsidies from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (PennDOT) and the Federal Transportation Administration. As such, procurement practices must be conducted with integrity, consistent with sound business practices and applicable laws and regulations. The procurement process shall provide for fair and open competition among all proposers. All procurements must follow FTA and PennDOT rules. If you are considering providing a good or service to MCTA, please review the attached terms and conditions every vendor must follow (depending on the value of the good or service rendered).
MCTA has retained the advertising firm of KKPR of Milford, PA to run its transit advertising program. Through the use of interior and exterior transit advertising, Monroe County Transportation (MCTA) offers an ideal mass-reach medium for a low comparable cost to impact the Pocono Mountain's consumers. Your message is delivered in a high-visibility format that can't be ignored by the riders and the general public. With a fleet of more than 35 vehicles, your message will be viewed by residents and visitors alike throughout the Pocono Mountain region, reaching them at the perfect time; when consumers are out and about. Dominating the out-of-home media, transportation advertising has becomes a pinnacle tool in the marketing mix to increase branding and point-of-purchase advertising while staying within your budget.