On an average day, GCRTA receives upwards of 500 calls from customers. These calls come in on the RTAnswerline and can be about a limitless range of topics.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is proud to announce that customers may begin enjoying rides on RTA's festive Holiday Trains beginning Saturday, November 28.
GCRTA provides Bus, Rail and Paratransit Operators with various types of training each year to improve customer service and safety of our passengers.
Phase II of our Need a Mask, Take a Mask campaign began in early September. This phase focuses on community engagement and leveraging partnerships to provide free face masks to those in Cuyahoga County.
For the past few years, the GCRTA rail district has hosted a local rodeo to determine the best of the best when it comes to Operators, Track personnel and Equipment maintainers.
Since the inception of the Park-n-Ride, GCRTA has provided express service to our riders for the better part of the last 20 years.
Have your riding habits on transit changed since COVID-19?
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What if everyone was wearing a mask or face covering, would you ride?
Frank Berry, a 2003 retiree, began his career at GCRTA in 1976 at the Woodhill district as a fixed route bus operator. He came here with the mindset of a short-term opportunity, but soon found a life-long career in transit. Mr.
Greater Cleveland RTA (GCRTA) is re-opening its ADA Office, located inside our Main Office Building. Beginning Wednesday, June 3, 2020 the office will reopen, by appointment to serve our ADA customers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has