RTA thanks Ohio Congressional delegation; funds will address lost revenue and increased operating expenses related to COVID-19
COVID-19 RTA Update – Friday, April 10, 2020
Additional RTA Staff Member Tests Positive
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) provides an essential 24/7 service to people who must get to medical appointments, the grocery store and essential jobs during the COVID-19 surge.
West 65th Street Station Temporarily Closed for Disinfecting (now reopened); Three Additional RTA Staff Members Test Positive
CLEVELAND, OH – Beginning Sunday, April 12, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is reducing bus and rail service by approximately 15% in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
CLEVELAND, OH -- Today, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) learned of the first confirmed case of COVID-19. The employee, an operator, last worked on Thursday, March 19. The following day, the employee presented flu-like symp
CLEVELAND, OH – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is taking additional measures to protect customers and employees from the spread of the coronavirus by adding ultra violet technology (UV-C) to its arsenal of disinfectant proc
The station will be closed until construction is complete, which is expected by August, 2021. Riders wishing to access this area should make alternative travel plans by using the trip planner on rideRTA.com or calling the RTAnswerline (216) 621-9500.
The Board held its Annual Meeting and Board Meeting. All agenda items were approved. During the Annual Meeting, Mayor Dennis M. Clough was re-elected as President. Rev. Charles P. Lucas was re-elected to Vice President. Both will serve another a one-year term. This meeting was live streamed on RTA’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/rideRTA) for members of the public.