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Apr 15, 2020

CLEVELAND, OHIO - RTA has been notified that two additional employees have tested positive for COVID-19, a Paratransit operator and an employee, stationed at our Woodhill facility.

The Paratransit operator last worked on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, and was symptom-free.

Apr 14, 2020
RTA thanks Ohio Congressional delegation; funds will address lost revenue and increased operating expenses related to COVID-19
Apr 10, 2020

COVID-19 RTA Update – Friday, April 10, 2020

Additional RTA Staff Member Tests Positive

Apr 7, 2020

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) provides an essential 24/7 service to people who must get to medical appointments, the grocery store and essential jobs during the COVID-19 surge.

Apr 5, 2020
West 65th Street Station Temporarily Closed for Disinfecting (now reopened); Three Additional RTA Staff Members Test Positive
Apr 3, 2020

CLEVELAND, OH -- Today, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) learned of the first confirmed case of COVID-19.  The employee, an operator, last worked on Thursday, March 19.  The following day, the employee presented flu-like symptoms, followed protocol by calling off s

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Feb 28, 2024
The Transit Authority Podcast Interview

Host Cherise Myers talks with RTA General Manager and CEO India L. Birdsong Terry and her team on the development and implementation of RTA’s peer mentoring program. 

Nov 20, 2023
Black in Blue Podcast Interview

Host Dale Peters talks with RTA Chief of Police, Deirdre Jones about her career in law enforcement, from her start and progression within the Cleveland Police Department, to her current position at the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority. 

Oct 09, 2023

In this Passenger Transport case study, learn more about how RTA’s peer mentoring program is increasing retention and decreasing absences of new operators.

 Peer Mentoring Program Helps Retain New Operators