Despite the statewide mask mandate being lifted on June 2nd, GCRTA still requires all passengers aboard buses, trains, or at stations to wear a mask.
The ADA Office will be returning t
Disinfecting hundreds of buses and dozens of facilities is a daunting task, especially in the midst of a pandemic.
Phase II of our Need a Mask, Take a Mask campaign began in early September. This phase focuses on community engagement and leveraging partnerships to provide free face masks to those in Cuyahoga County.
GCRTA is continuing to make strides to protect our essential workers as we continue to work hard every day to provide an essential service to our customers and community.
Since the inception of the Park-n-Ride, GCRTA has provided express service to our riders for the better part of the last 20 years.
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?
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.