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CARTS offers continued career growth and advancement opportunities within our organization. We provide a positive work environment and benefits, including:

Driving for CARTS

Across our region, CARTS provides many types of transit services such as paratransit, fixed-route, on-demand, and intercity. 

The type of service determines the Texas Driver License that will be needed for a given Driver position. CARTS employs CDL and Non-CDL Drivers.

Various positions (with different requirements) may be available at each worksite location.

Current Driver Openings

LocationStatusRequired License & Endorsement
ElginPart-timeNon-CDL standard TDL
La GrangePart-timeNon-CDL standard TDL
LockhartFull-timeNon-CDL standard TDL
LockhartPart-timeNon-CDL standard TDL
ManorFull-timeNon-CDL standard TDL
San MarcosFull-timeCommercial (CDL) A or B; P & Air Brakes Endorsements
TaylorFull-timeCommercial (CDL) A or B; P Endorsement
* Drivers report to their work location using their own vehicle or means of transportation. All new employees, including PT, must attend a full-time two week training class with hours being roughly 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Even if there are no current openings in your area, you are welcome to apply.  Applications are kept on file for 6 months to fill positions as they open and candidates are called to interview by the application date.

Typically, Driver hiring/training takes place once per month.


CARTS has a drug & alcohol-free workplace policy, and in accordance with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulatory requirements, applicants for safety-sensitive positions will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.