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08.10.22CATS to Host CATS x UMO Contactless Pay Launch Event

07.29.22CATS to Host Job Fair on August 11th

“Our dedicated CATS team is proud to serve this community and we want to continue offering employment opportunities to as many of our neighbors as we can. Together, we can continue to deliver on our mission- to connect the people of Baton Rouge and Baker to the things that matter to them.” CATS interim CEO Dwana Williams

07.19.22CATS announces contactless pay options

07.19.22All Capital Area Transit System buses to be equipped with contactless pay options

07.18.22CATS Announces Contactless Pay Options

“We are excited to bring this technology to the people of Baton Rouge and Baker,” said CATS Interim CEO Dwana Williams. “Contactless pay will allow our riders easier access to passes and fares, speed up the boarding process, and eliminate the need to have cash and coins on hand in order to ride.”

07.18.22Contactless payment launches in August for all Capital Area Transit System buses

07.18.22More electric buses hit roads in Baker, Baton Rouge. CATS says 22 more are on the way.

06.30.22CATS Awarded Federal Study Grant

For many in our community, public transit is a lifeline, and this study will allow our CATS team to evaluate how we can help connect our neighbors to jobs, schools, healthcare, and other crucial services.” -CATS interim CEO Dwana Williams.

06.30.22CATS receives federal grant totaling nearly $1.2 million

06.29.22CATS Announces Dwana Williams as Interim CEO

"Over the years, I have been blessed to see firsthand the way lives and communities can be changed when our neighbors have access to safe and reliable public transit. As interim CEO, I promise to do all I can to ensure that CATS continues to connect the residents of Baton Rouge and Baker to the people and places that matter.” -Interim CEO Dwana Williams

06.18.22What if public transit was more like Uber?

06.15.22CATS offering free rides Friday to help commuters save money