Welcome to RTA's new Web site. Whether you ride the train or the bus, or are new to RTA, this site will help you explore Cuyahoga County via public transit.
The RTA Board voted to improve the parking area at the Euclid Transit Center. It met April 16, 2013. All agenda items passed.
RTA will close the Green Line between Shaker Square and Green Road Friday-Sunday, April 19-21, for a grade crossing upgrade.
On Friday, April 19, RTA will team up with WKYC TV-3 and Charter One to 'Fill the Bus' with food and cash for Harvest for Hunger.
CLEVELAND -- Huntington Bank in Northeast Ohio is the new sponsor of the HealthLine station next to its headquarters building at
RTA's Board of Trustees met today. All Board meeting agenda items passed. Committees discussed the S-curve Project and the Airport Tunnel Project.
CLEVELAND -- Upgraded ticket vending machines for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) are now in service.
RTA Trustees will hold Board and Committee meetings at 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 16, 2013, in the George F. Dixon III Board Room, 1240 West Sixth St., Cleveland, OH 44113.
RTA has received a Silver rating for the HealthLine - the highest ranking of a Bus-Rapid Transit (BRT) system in United States.
RTA in The Land
Feb 20, 2023
Cleveland, Cuyahoga County employees recount their riding experiences during public transit challenge week.
Feb 17, 2023
Discover how this Workforce Connector Program gives Solon employees the opportunity to save time on their daily commutes by scheduling rides directly to and from their workplaces.
Feb 17, 2023
Ribbon cutting ceremony marked the start of a first mile, last mile program which provides transportation from RTA’s Southgate Transit Center to the front door of Solon employers.
Feb 13, 2023
“Sound of Ideas” host Rick Jackson talks with County Executive Chris Ronayne, CPT Chair Chris Martin, and RTA Deputy General Manager Natoya Walker Minor on their experiences during the public transit one week challenge.
Jan 31, 2023
Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com Washington DC reporter Sabrina Eaton learns how the funding will be used from RTA Public Information Officer Robert Fleig