The Modern Transit Partnership (MTP) is a nonprofit organization which supports and promotes public transportation with the ultimate goal of bringing commuter rail to Central Pennsylvania. Launched in 1997 by the Capital Area Transit Board of Directors, this partnership is made up of business, community, government and individual members to develop a regional transportation plan that will meet tomorrow’s transportation and infrastructure needs. Working together, CAT and MTP are striving to give Central Pennsylvania the quality of life it cherishes by designing a true multi-modal transportation system – allowing passengers to make connections via several modes of mass transit.

Join the following organizations who have endorsed the concept of a regional rail system in south central Pennsylvania:

Borough of Carlisle

City of Harrisburg, Office of the Mayor

City of Lebanon

Community Action Commission

Community First Fund

Dickinson College

Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce

Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors

Harrisburg Area Transportation Study

Harrisburg Regional Chamber

Harristown Development Corporation

Health Management Associates

The Lancaster Campaign

The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Lancaster County Association of Township Supervisors

Lancaster County Commissioners

Lancaster Downtown Investment District Authority

Pennsylvania Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau

Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Red Rose Transit Authority

South Central Assembly for Effective Governance