The Tribal Transit Program (TTP) advances the safety and mobility of tribal members across the service area by improving our transportation system and infrastructure
To provide safe modes of transportation infrastructures and improve the Tribes’ transportation system to advance the safety and mobility of Tribal members across the Tribes service area.
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Transit (CATT), a Tribal Transit Program, was established and began operations in December 2010 through grants administered by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The CATT office is located on the Clinton Reserve in Clinton, OK. A Transit Coordinator, Transit Supervisor, Administrative Assistant, Dispatcher, and 6 Drivers currently administer and manages the transit operations. Fixed Route (FR) services utilizes four 12-passenger buses to transport throughout the Tribal communities with stops in Elk City, Hammon, Seilng, Canton, Watonga, Geary, El Reno and Oklahoma City and operate Monday through Friday. To accommodate other transportation needs throughout weekday evenings, weekends, and some holidays, Demand Response (DR) services are provided based upon the availability of drivers and vehicles. Demand Response transports are limited to work, school, medical, and supportive services. The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Transit’s goal is to extend its’ Fixed Route services into the Woodward community by providing a stop and implementing a new route through the deployment of another 12-passenger bus (a total of five buses)