It will now be called the East 2nd/Huntington Station, officials of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) said today.
"A great fit"
“We appreciate Huntington’s support of RTA and the Cleveland community,” said Joe Calabrese, CEO & General Manager, RTA. “It is a great fit as so many of the bank’s employees and customers use the HealthLine and other RTA services daily.”
"Reinforces our commitment to the city"
“Cleveland is our hometown and our Huntington family applauds and takes pride in the achievements of Cleveland’s RTA, particularly the designation of the HealthLine as the highest quality bus rapid transit corridor in the country. Huntington’s sponsorship of the HealthLine station directly outside our Public Square headquarters reinforces our commitment to the city, expands our bank’s presence and supports the RTA in its mission of keeping Cleveland connected,” said Dan Walsh, president for Huntington Bank in Northeast Ohio.
The HealthLine was named as part of an agreement with University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic.
RTA provides quality, economic and safe public transportation via rail, bus and Paratransit throughout Cuyahoga County. Check www.riderta.com for timetables, schedules and route information, or call the RTAnswerline at 216-621-9500.