The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Transit Police K-9, Kubo, has become the proud recipient of a custom designed protective vest, thanks to the fund-raising efforts of 10-year-old Brady Snakovsky of Strongsville.
I spent two days at Transit Police in-service training as part of their annual training days. Along with nine other officers attending this training, we learned basic tactical medicine and active threat response.
Here at RTA the pride we feel in our work is across the board, and that’s no exception for our Transit Police Department. RTA has its very own Color Guard/Honor Guard and they stand at the forefront of the department’s pride.
Can you believe it? It’s been 10 years since Sustainable Cleveland launched in 2009!
One of the advances RTA made a few years back was the introduction of real-time vehicle location and stop time prediction.
RTA is investing in a well-rounded experience for all riders, with the announcement of Homework Hot Spots/Free Wi-Fi coming soon to even more stations and vehicles beginning in September 2019 and expecting the full fleet to be equipped by spring o
RTA’s Transit Police department handles calls for service and other emergencies just like every other police department in Ohio.
Work on the S-Curve retaining wall is on schedule to be completed by the end of August. A total of 75 steel frames have been erected and a layer of anti-corrosion and ultraviolet protection coating is being applied.
RTA pilots solar real-time bus arrival information signs
By: Mandy Metcalf, Planning Team Leader - Programming & Planning Dept.