FCTA is located at 302 Eastwood Drive in Fulton. In addition to keeping up with the FCTA happenings using this website, you may also click on the link below to connect with the FCTA Facebook page.
FCTA Temporary Hours
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Monday - Saturday
April 20, 2020
I want to take just a minute and say thanks to many in our local community. I have seen many disasters in my 36 years of public service career in this community, but never anything like the COVID-19 crisis. This Pandemic has changed our lives in ways no other disaster or crisis most of us have ever lived through.
As with any crisis, we have people in every community that step up and hit home runs. The Police, Fire, EMS Staff, Health Care Workers, Emergency Management and Local Leaders do an amazing job in any crisis or emergency. During this Pandemic, we have seen grocery store employees, truck drivers, delivery drivers, post office staff, food service workers and retail businesses, to just name a few, do an amazing job to serve our community. We have seen Teachers, School Leaders, Parents and Students make some incredibly unique education changes.
I want to take just a minute and say THANKS to the staff at Fulton County Transit. We have an extremely limited staff dunning this Pandemic, but they have unselfishly still preformed Life Sustaining trips, Senior Citizens Meal Delivery, Pharmacy trips, Grocery Store trips and getting people to Essential jobs in the 4 Counties we serve. They still get up before the sun comes up and get people to dialysis and cancer treatment with a smile behind the mask they have on during this Pandemic. We have had many of the employees that we have had to lay off call and check on our clients and wanting to be at work taking care of the clients we serve. I can truly add a hash tag to a group of people proudly serving our community. #teamfctatransit !! Thanks for what you all do every day!!
Thanks to everyone working to serve our community.
Kenney M. Etherton
Fulton County Transit
From the desk of FCTA's Executive Director
Who We Are
Fulton County Transit Authority was implemented in 1985 under resolutions by the Fulton County Fiscal Court for the operation of a transit system in Region I.
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FCTA Executive Director Kenney Etherton speaks to the Twin Cities Rotary Club. Etherton shared a bit of the agency's mission and future plans with the group.
FCTA Operations Manager Joy Johnson talks about riding Transit with a group of parents during a recent community event.
FCTA Driver Safety Simulator Team members Brock Tucker and Keith St. John reload the 18 wheeler following a training session.
Meet the Crew
Using #teamtransit to describe FCTA is not just a clever way to be current. It embodies what it takes to be a successful agency. From drivers to schedulers to dispatchers to administration to board members, it takes each person working cohesively to keep clients coming and going on a daily basis.
FCTA Demand Response is offered from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. Demand Response transportation is available within Fulton and Hickman as well as from city to county and county to city within Fulton County. It is also available from city to city, city to county and county to city in Carlisle, Graves and Hickman counties.
Medical, Private Pay, Medicaid Recipients
All Medicaid Recipients must contact AACS/GRITS Transportation, the Region 1 Medicaid Transportation Broker, to inquire about free medical transportation. Please call toll free: 844-575-9676. For other medical transportation questions, contact FCTA at 270-472-0662
Statistics & News
Check this page periodically to find out what is going on with the business of FCTA as well as activities in which #TeamTransit participates. Included on the page is a three-month comparison of ridership in the areas we serve.