The West Central Mass Transit District is a
public transportation provider.
We provide transportation services to
Morgan, Scott, Brown, Pike, Cass and Schuyler Counties.
We are committed to providing safe, reliable, accessible and affordable transportation
to people of all ages and abilities.
We opened our doors in Morgan and Scott Counties on April 15, 2004. This was the beginning! It began with one employee on the payroll and two 14 passenger light/medium duty buses.
We now have 68 employees and 45 ADA compliant vehicles ranging from 6 passenger minivans to 26 passenger heavy duty buses.
Our business has grown tremendously and we are excited to see what the future brings!
This couldn't have been accomplished without the support of the communities we serve and our AMAZING customers! Hats off to you!
RESERVATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED THROUGH THE WEBSITE
Funding for the WCMTD is provided by :
Illinois Department of Transportation
Federal Transportation Administration.
City of Jacksonville
Village of South Jacksonville
Passavant Area Hospital
Senior Bus Service is funded in part by
the Area Agency on Aging for LincolnLand, Inc.
WCMTD is an equal opportunity employer.
A drug and alcohol free workplace.
To apply for employment please fill out our
employment application and Voluntary Disclosure Forms
and return them in person to the office located near you.
WCMTD AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN
West Central Mass Transit District operates its programs and services
without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with
Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
To find out more about our nondiscrimination obligations or to file a complaint,
please contact us at 217-245-2900 or via the web at www.wcmtd.org.
To download and print a copy of the procedures and a complaint form please click the link below.
TITLE VI PROCEDURES AND COMPLAINT FORM
West Central Mass Transit District uses the following, detailed internal procedure for prompt processing and resolution of all Title VII complaints received under Title VII of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964. Any person who believes that he or she, individually, as a member of any specific class, has been subjected to discrimination or retaliation prohibited by any of the Civil Rights Authorities has the right to file a complaint.
TITLE VII COMPLAINT PROCESS
TITLE VII COMPLAINT FORM
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