Welcome to Carroll Area Transit System!

Route Schedules, as of December 1st 2011, are now posted! Visit our Westminster, South Carroll, Taneytown and Eldersburg pages to learn more. And download the TrailBlazer Shuttle Service PDF to learn more about our services.

CATS’ mission is to provide safe, efficient, affordable, customer friendly community transportation to ensure mobility for the residents of Carroll County.

Anyone can use CATS. Persons who require any type of assistance to board, ride, and/or disembark must notify the dispatcher of their special needs when they schedule their transportation so that the proper vehicle can be scheduled.

Carroll Area Transit System (CATS) is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation providing a specialized form of transportation service. Demand-Response is a shared ride, door to door, advanced reservation service offered on a space available basis and with driver assistance.

CATS transportation services can be used for any type of trip, including work, education, medical appointments, shopping, recreation and even social visits.

Click HERE to learn more about our TrailBlazer Shuttle Service (PDF)

All CATS drivers are CPR, First Aid and Passenger Assistance trained professionals who provide safe, courteous, comfortable transportation regardless of your special needs.

CATS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that depends, in part, on contributions and fundraising to provide transportation services for Carroll County residents. If you would like to help support CATS' mission and services, please send your tax deductible donation to Carroll Area Transit System at 1300 Old Meadow Branch Rd, Westminster, MD 21158.

Transportation Public Opinion Survey

Carroll County is currently conducting a Transit Development Plan. The purpose of this study is to develop a five-year plan for public transportation services intheCounty. An important task for this effort is to solicit input from residents concerning their transit needs. This survey is one method that is being used to obtain this important public input. There are two ways to fill out the survey:

Learn more about Advertising with CATS!

*Service Alert*

CATS will open at 10 am on 1/27/15 due to inclement weather 



December 2014 PRESS RELEASE

Bid for Public
Transit Service

CATS is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its transit services on the basis of race, color or national origin, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To file a complaint, or for more information, please contact:

Louise M. Tinkler
CCTM, Executive Director
Phone: 443-244-8501
Email: louise.cats@yahoo.com