Transit Police Partner with Greater Cleveland RTA, Lowe’s to Beautify Cuyahoga Diversion Center

Chief Jones was recently hired back in March but has wasted no time getting involved in the community.

She toured the Cuyahoga Diversion Center recently and noticed the women’s garden was overgrown and in disrepair.

“There was overgrowth everywhere. It wasn’t very appealing,” she said.

Phase I Rehabilitation of Viaduct Bridge

Bridge rehabilitation of this 31 span, 3400-foot-long Cuyahoga Viaduct structure crossing over the flats and the Cuyahoga River will allow riders to continue to have a safe and smooth ride across the largest asset in the GCRTA inventory.  The almost 100-year-old structure will experience various phases of rehabilitation over the next 5 years to maintain safe use of the bridge into the next millennium.

Staff Reunites a Mother and Daughter

On the afternoon of May 5, 2021, a young woman came to the Customer Service Information Desk and asked the Customer Service Staff Member, Travis if she could use our work phone to call her mother. This is not a normal request, so Travis talked to his Supervisor, Zakiya, to make sure this was ok. As Zakiya observed the young woman, she felt something did not seem quite right.

Masks Remain Required While Riding GCRTA

Despite the statewide mask mandate being lifted on June 2nd, GCRTA still requires all passengers aboard buses, trains, or at stations to wear a mask.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) along with the U.S. Department of Transportation are requiring masks to be worn on all forms of public transportation, in addition to hubs such as airports and stations.


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