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

  • May is National Bike Month!

    May is National Bike Month! All year long, DCTMA encourages commuting via bicycle, but as you know, we hold our main event in May on National Bike to Work Day at the Delaware County Courthouse in Media. Save the date: …
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  • Cecile Charlton on Comcast Newsmakers

    DCTMA Executive Director Cecile Charlton sits down with Comcast Newsmakers’ host Jill Horner to discuss the upcoming Municipalities & Trade Show. See the whole interview here.   

  • Welcome Our New Project Coordinator!

    DCTMA welcomes Bridget Waldron as the new Project Coordinator.  Bridget is a West Chester University Marketing grad.  While at WCU, Bridget interned for Comcast-Spectacor as a Complex-Marketing Intern and the Philadelphia Flyers as a Community Relations intern.  She’s a Delaware …
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Website Save the Date Update

 

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Become a Vendor- Click HERE for the brochure

Attend the Conference-Register HERE

View the Attendee Brochure-Click HERE 


Spring Driving

While Spring brings warmer weather, it can also bring new road hazards

Read the information below to learn how you can stay safe while driving this Spring, courtesy of Esurance!

 

 

 

For More information on Spring Driving and how to stay safe on the road Click HERE


 

 

Local Construction News

PennDOT has announced the launch of a new website http://www.bridgesover676.com which provides citizens with information and details on the $64.8 million project to replace seven structurally deficient bridges over Interstate 676 and make streetscape enhancements above the expressway in Philadelphia.

 

 

Updated Performance Report: State’s Transportation Performance, Progress, and Opportunities for Improvement 

PennDOT recently announced that Pennsylvanians can view ratings of the state’s efforts in transportation safety, mobility, system preservation and accountability in the updated Transportation Performance Report.

To view the report, visit http://www.talkpatransportation.com/