Statement regarding Transit Police from the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
COVID-19 RTA Update – Monday, June 8, 2020
RTA Employee Tests Positive
CLEVELAND, OH -- Due to the city-mandated curfew impacting Cleveland’s central business district, employees scheduled to work onsite at the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) main office must adjust their work times to begin work n
Cleveland, OH – Due to the city-mandated curfew impacting Cleveland’s Downtown central business district, the main office of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA), 1240 West 6th Street, will be closed Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, J
RTA remains a safe, viable option for those who prefer public transportation or for those who have no other transportation option for their daily commutes. RTA customers can rest assured that RTA remains committed to adhering to the cleaning protocols instituted even before one case of COVID-19 was reported in the State of Ohio, and to those safety measures adopted every day since.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is reporting that two additional staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. One individual is a laborer based at the Woodhill facility whose last day of work was Thursday, May 14. The second individual is a Paratransit driver whose last day of work was Wednesday, May 20.
CLEVELAND, OH -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) welcomes K-9 officer Valto as the newest member of the Transit Police force. Valto is replacing the retiring Kubo as RTA’s only dual-purpose canine.
The RTA Board of Trustees held a Board Meeting, Committee Meetings and a Public Hearing on the Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan Budget, Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 9 a.m. in the Board Room of the Authority at 1240 West 6th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. Ths meeting was livestreamed for the public at www.facebook.com/rideRTA
Three Additional Employees Test Positive for COVID-19
Five of previous eight employees fully recovered and back at work
The barriers are made of optically clear, marine grade vinyl and are custom cut to provide a secure enclosure that extends from the back of the bus operator’s seat to the front windshield and from ceiling to floor, between the seat and the fare box.