Welcome to DCTMA!

The Delaware County Transportation Management Association (DCTMA) is committed to being an advocate for your business or community’s transportation needs. We offer a unique combination of services to access a broad labor pool, to analyze the location and commuting options of employees, to broker transportation, and to provide support for commuting employees. We are your advocate with transportation agencies and providers by serving on key committees of SEPTA, PENNDOT, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission.

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Latest News

  • Too Tipsy to Drive this Holiday Season? “I SEPTA Media!

    DCTMA Revs Up Coaster Campaign to Help Prevent Drunk Driving Media, PA – Be sure your holiday season is merry and bright this year.  Don’t drink and drive – “I SEPTA Media!” The long Thanksgiving weekend is upon us, and …

  • 2014 Access to Jobs EXPO

    On October 16th the Delaware County TMA in conjunction with Delaware County Council, Pennsylvania CareerLink, the Delaware County Commerce Center, and the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, held the 20th Annual Access to Job’s EXPO. The event had an excellent …

  • Surrey Seniors Video Premiere Party!

    BRAVO!!! It was a packed house today at Surrey Havertown for our big Travel Training Video Premiere Party! DCTMA threw an Oscar-themed event and we had dozens of special guests in the audience for the star-studded debut. No party is …

Travel AlertSEPTAlogo_vert

Beginning the weekend of September 20, 2014, shuttle buses will replace inbound and outbound weekend trains for the entire length of the line – from University City Station to Elwyn Station. http://www.septa.org/alert/med.html 

Back to School Safety


School is back in session! Please observe all school traffic rules

  • Observe all bus stop signs while children board and exit the bus. It is the law that motorists must stop for buses in either direction when bus lights are flashing at bus stops.
  • Obey reduced speed limits near and around schools during school hours.
  • Give yourself more time for your commute when driving or through school zones, these highly trafficked and reduced speed zones add time and volume to the morning rush.
  • Be aware of crossing guards and give pedestrians the right of way at crosswalks. It’s the law!
  • Before entering a roadway near a school, be sure to look in all directions.
  • Do not use a phone, even hands-free when driving around schools. Most schools prohibit using a phone on a school driveway even when your vehicle is parked.
  • Keep school air clean and avoid engine idling on school property.
  • As always – be sure all vehicle occupants are wearing a seat belt.