Clay County Transportation (CCT) won Transit System of the Year today, at the North Carolina Public Transportation Association conference! This award is due to the great team that CCT has from Administration staff to drivers that truly love the work we do in our community.
County Manager, Mark Pullium, said, “one thing we pride ourselves on in this County is making sure that people are not left behind simply because they cannot drive or afford transportation. Our County drivers go the extra mile to make sure that people can get to work, or to doctors’ appointments, on time and always with a smile on their face.”
Clay County Transportation is available to all citizens of Clay County. No person will be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. The Department recommends that people wishing to book a ride do so at least one day in advance for a local trip, and two days if scheduling an out of town trip. There are vans equipped with wheelchair lifts, which are available to transport passengers with disabilities. They also welcome service animals, but would appreciate people advising if they require either a lift equipped van, or if you will be bringing a service animal. An attendant or relative is welcome to accompany you if you need assistance and there is no charge if they need to ride with you.
The mission of the CCT is to provide safe, reliable and affordable transportation to all citizens of Clay County. It invites citizens to contact 828 389 0644 for ride information or to book a ride.