RTA’s Safe Place program is not just for youths in crisis. Earlier this month, an 87 year old woman was lost and confused when she boarded a bus in the Mayfield/Warrensville area.
On January 28, 2020 we celebrated our first ever Signing Day at Ohio Technical College (OTC).
We see it on the news every week. Somebody disappears- maybe for a short time, maybe for a long time, maybe forever. Often, they are victims of human trafficking- modern day slavery of global proportions.
RTA maintains more than 1,000 shelters throughout Greater Cleveland. These shelters provide our customers with a comfortable place to wait for their bus.
Keeping these shelters clean and attractive is a key priority.
Fred Wilson, one of RTA’s Electronic Equipment Technicians, has been with RTA for 28 years, and for the past 14 years he has also been training young boxers in the Fairfax neighborhood.
This year, RTA is helping to spread some holiday cheer with decorated trains! The hard work of our rail shop is evident in their lights and hand painted windows.
There is no shortage of fun and interesting things to do in Cleveland. This holiday season, join in on some of these lesser known events… and get there on RTA!
On Thursday Nov 21, a small group or RTA employees volunteered at the Greater Cleveland Foodbank Produce Distribution.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Transit Police K-9, Kubo, has become the proud recipient of a custom designed protective vest, thanks to the fund-raising efforts of 10-year-old Brady Snakovsky of Strongsville.
I spent two days at Transit Police in-service training as part of their annual training days. Along with nine other officers attending this training, we learned basic tactical medicine and active threat response.