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
RTA is installing clear vinyl curtains on all buses and paratransit vehicles to provide a protective barrier between operators and customers.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland RTA has continually looked for ways to keep our customers and employees safe.
We would like to take a moment to share with you the awesome work of our Material Handlers at our Central Maintenance Bus Facility (CBMF). In just one day, yes one day, they assembled 1,100 Personal Protective Equipment Kits (PPE) for our Operato
Have you noticed some new buses rolling around town? Our new MCI fleet is now in service!
The second week of February is always Ohio Loves Transit week, which means we here at RTA get to celebrate our riders by surprising them with small tokens of our appreciation for taking transit.
RTA’s Safe Place program is not just for youths in crisis. Earlier this month, an 87 year old woman was lost and confused when she boarded a bus in the Mayfield/Warrensville area.
On January 28, 2020 we celebrated our first ever Signing Day at Ohio Technical College (OTC).
We see it on the news every week. Somebody disappears- maybe for a short time, maybe for a long time, maybe forever. Often, they are victims of human trafficking- modern day slavery of global proportions.
RTA maintains more than 1,000 shelters throughout Greater Cleveland. These shelters provide our customers with a comfortable place to wait for their bus.
Keeping these shelters clean and attractive is a key priority.