New timetables available for all routes affected by service change
CLEVELAND, OH – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is increasing the frequency on four of its most popular routes in conjunction with a service change that begins June 28.
The MetroHealth Line, No. 51 serving West 25th St., the No. 1 St. Clair, the No. 3 Superior and the HealthLine will all see some increase in service. Schedules on a number of other routes are being modified, as well.
RTA is making the changes as part of its regular summer service change. RTA is seeking to accommodate any increase in travel as more people return to work or engage in summer activities.
On the rapid, the Blue and Green Line service will be replaced by a special replacement bus route from June 28 through August 8, due to a major track project. The Waterfront Line also has a new timetable.
New timetables for all routes affected by the service change are available here.