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.
Eighth RTA staff member tests positive; the employee’s last day at work was Friday, April 24, 2020.
CLEVELAND, OHIO - The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is joining fellow transit systems from across the country to share in an audio “shout out” to our Nation’s essential workers for their efforts during the current health crisi
CLEVELAND, OHIO - RTA has been notified that two additional employees have tested positive for COVID-19, a Paratransit operator and an employee, stationed at our Woodhill facility.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today. All agenda items were approved. The meeting was livestreamed on RTA's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/riderta for members of the public.
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.