What to do if you leave something behind on the MTA
Legal holidays that the MTA does
not operate buses
13 fixed routes throughout the city
Direct round-trip connection to places
outside of Genesee County
Designed for use by persons who are unable to use fixed route bus service
Trip planner, Real-Time Arrivals, Service Alerts, Maps & More
Provides accessible transportation to
medical facilities outside the normal
fixed route bus service
Organizations providing additional
transportation services serving the elderly and persons with disabilities
Join the MTA Team Today!
When you take a job with the Mass Transportation Authority, you’ll be working for an organization with a long standing history of giving back to the community. You will be working alongside men and women who take pride in their work, have a belief in teamwork, and who give their best to helping others. The MTA provides opportunities to those interested in public transportation. Turn a job into a fulfilling, long lasting career.
What Are You Looking For?
We’re sure you have given a lot of thought to what you want in a job. You would want to make sure that the job you choose is more than just a job, it’s a career. You would also like the opportunity to be able to grow and/or advance when job openings within the organization become available. How about continuing educational benefits, a great team environment and an opportunity to give back to the community? And, most importantly, you would want a job where you can be satisfied and happy at the end of the day for “a job well done.” The MTA offers all of that and more!
Career Opportunities at the MTA
At the Mass Transportation Authority, there are many different career paths for employees. From the operations department to maintenance and human resources, finance, urban planning, purchasing and procurement, customer service, marketing and even grant writing, employees at MTA are offered a wide variety of career prospects. Many MTA employees have built their careers here, some of whom have been with the organization 30 plus years.
There are many positive aspects to working at the MTA:
The Best of the Best in Commercial Driver Training
When you begin your commercial drivers training with MTA you will be learning from the best! Our training coordinators teach from a certified drivers training program that makes it easy to understand. While you are training, you are paid for learning the skills to become one of MTA’s finest.
MTA training coordinators will train and prepare you to take the State of Michigan Commercial Driver License (CDL) test. When you’re ready to take the CDL test, MTA provides the vehicle for your test. In addition, the MTA pays for the test. It’s a win-win situation for all.
Training opportunities also include learning about vehicle operations, emergency management and customer service, as well as being certified to drive several different types of buses. Whether or not you have a college degree, you can still make a good wage and have a career that can last a lifetime here at MTA.
The MTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The MTA provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
PLEASE NOTE: All applications are reviewed in a timely manner. If an applicant possesses the requirements for a position and is chosen for an interview, they will be contacted by a Human Resources representative. The MTA will no longer notify applicants of the status of their application.