Gloversville Transit System
Gloversville Transit Systemwas established with the approval of the Common Council on June 26, 1974. Service began in 1979 as a one-route system, within the City of Gloversville utilizing two used buses.
In 1981 two new International buses were added to the fleet. An additional route was added in 1982 to service the City of Johnstown. A route to service the Crossroads Industrial Park and Economic Development Zones was established in 1989. In 2008 an Intercounty route to Amsterdam was established to cut Medicaid Transport costs and to service the growing RT. 30 corridor.
A paratransit service was initiated in 1994 to service the disabled of the area. This is a curb-to-curb reservation service to provide transportation to appointments, shopping, etc. The paratransit service is available during hours the fixed routes are in operation.
Currently Gloversville Transit services the Cities of Gloversville and Amsterdam, the Crossroads and Johnstown Industrial Parks and Fulton-Montgomery Community College
Diversity & Difference
Gloversville Transit is committed to providing non-discriminatory service to ensure that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in the receipt of its services on the basis of race, color, or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ("Title VI")
To request additional information about Title VI, or if you believe you have been subjected to discrimination and would like to submit a written complaint, you may contact: Brent Warren, Mobility Manager, 3 Frontage Road Gloversville, NY 12078. 518-773-4258.