Public Transportation Veteran India Birdsong Currently COO of Nashville Transit System
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The RTA Board of Trustees met today. All agenda items passed.
A web report posted today by Ed Gallek of Fox 8 includes an inaccurate characterization of RTA’s response to Fox 8’s request for a video and police report related to a bus ass
The RTA Board of Trustees met in executive session today to consider the appointment, employment and compensation of a public employee or official.
Cleveland, OH -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority issued the following statement regarding an assault that occurred 3:30 p.m., Friday, June 7 on the No. 94 bus at Shaker and Green Road:
The RTA Board of Trustees held committee meetings today. All the presentations were approved to move to the full board meeting. The DCA agenda item was removed from the agenda.
CLEVELAND – Back by popular demand, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Kids Ride Free promotion is returning for the third summer to RTA customers across Northeast Ohio.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today as a committee of the whole. They entered into executive session to consider the appointment, employment and compensation of a public employee or official.
RTA in The Land
May 17, 2022
Deirdre R. Jones, MPA, Chief of Police/Director of Security, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) Police Department, received a Helping Hands Award for her support of the Diversion Center, including the installation of the garden area, and a shift in culture about mental health and substance use disorders within the GCRTA Police.
May 1, 2022
Meet some of the women who are impacting our community and the country.
Apr 12, 2022
19 News spoke to RTA’s Chief of Police on what’s being done to reduce violence and crime on the buses and trains.
Apr 7, 2022
RTA will receive a nearly $57 million in federal transportation funds coming to Ohio, as part of a $20 billion nationwide transit aid package.
Mar 17, 2022
Angee Shaker, Solon's Director of Economic Development, had positive comments about the effect the expansion of the #41 route will have on mobility in the city's central retail district.