Krapf bus operating a TMACC bus route in Exton, PA.
|Service area||Chester County, Pennsylvania|
|Service type||public transit / advocacy group|
|Fuel type||Diesel, hybrid diesel electric|
Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC), is a public transportation agency designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to oversee transportation needs of Chester County, Pennsylvania. According to the website, the organization provides services to facilitate car pools, van pools, and bus shuttles. The organization works closely with other organizations such as SEPTA, Krapf Transit and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission.
Regular mass transit services under the name "ChescoBus" include:
The agency was created in May 1992 as the Chester Valley TMA, with 14 founding members. In June 1995, the name was changed to TMACC to better attract members from across the county. In 2015, TMACC rebranded their buses to be green color and adopted the name "ChescoBus" for their bus routes; TMACC also installed new bus stop signs. This was part of a move to attract riders to the routes, which serve portions of Chester County where mass transit is limited. In 2015, Saturday service was restored to the agency's SCCOOT and Coatesville Link services. Saturday service on SCCOOT was later dropped.