After a temporary suspension of service due to COVID-19, Park-N-Ride service on all three routes (246, 251 and 263) will be restored on Monday, August 10. The original Park-N-Ride service frequency was approximately every 15 to 30 minutes.
April 2020 brought many things to Greater Cleveland: a worldwide pandemic, words like quarantine and social distancing, and the start of annual construction season.
Have your riding habits on transit changed since COVID-19?
What would make you feel more comfortable on transit?
What if everyone was wearing a mask or face covering, would you ride?
Greater Cleveland RTA (GCRTA) is re-opening its ADA Office, located inside our Main Office Building. Beginning Wednesday, June 3, 2020 the office will reopen, by appointment to serve our ADA customers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has
Frank Berry, a 2003 retiree, began his career at GCRTA in 1976 at the Woodhill district as a fixed route bus operator. He came here with the mindset of a short-term opportunity, but soon found a life-long career in transit. Mr.
We celebrate you, today, K-9 Officer Kubo! In your three short years on the Transit Police force, you have accomplished so much.
Detective William Lowe
A 23 year veteran of the Transit Police Department, Detective William Lowe has and continues to perform at an exemplary level.
GCRTA has many heroes working each day. We would like to recognize some of them for their work during the COVID-19 crisis.
RTA is installing clear vinyl curtains on all buses and paratransit vehicles to provide a protective barrier between operators and customers.