CLEVELAND, OH -- Two RTA employees who were asked to quarantine pending COVID-19 evaluation do NOT have the coronavirus. The third employee never exhibited any symptoms but will continue with the 14-day quarantine.
CLEVELAND, OH – Three RTA employees may have been exposed to the coronavirus due to recent travel on cruise lines. All three employees are on paid sick leave, per RTA policy, while they follow CDC protocol for testing and quarantine.
CLEVELAND, OH – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) announced today that it is implementing paid sick leave guarantees for its employees related to the coronavirus.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is reminding riders of the opportunity to attend any of the last three informational meetings scheduled for the week of March 9th.
CLEVELAND, OH – After working through schedules over the weekend, The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is now able to allocate additional resources to clean every train every 24 hours.
In response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, RTA staff will clean all touchable surfaces on board its vehicles with a cleaning agent recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Buses, which carry 85% of the system’s riders, will be sanitized at least every 24 hours. Rail cars will be sanitized every 72 hours. Other transit systems, including MTA in New York City, began a similar cleaning protocol on their buses and trains this week.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today. All agenda items that required consideration were moved to the full Board for approval.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today. All of the resolutions were approved.
Cleveland, OH -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is collaborating with the community to develop a new Strategic Plan that will shape the “Framework for the Future” and guide
CLEVELAND, OH -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is joining efforts with the Ohio Public Transit Association (OPTA) and the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) to thank transit riders and to celebrate the Sta