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Apr 16, 2019

CLEVELAND, OH – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s heavy rail fleet should be replaced within five years, the light rail fleet within 10 years, and the entire fleet’s life-span is well beyond any benefits of continued system upgrades.

Apr 5, 2019

WHO: 

Flounsay Caver, Ph.D., RTA Interim CEO and General Manager
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) officials
Friends and family of the late Wm. Harry Alexander

Mar 26, 2019
Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough and Rev. Charles Lucas were re-elected today to lead the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Board of Trustees for another year.
Mar 20, 2019

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians start their 2019 season against the Chicago White Sox on Monday, April 1, and the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) offers the most convenient, comfortable and direct transportation to this special day –

Mar 8, 2019

CLEVELAND -- On the heels of the historic passage of Ohio House bill 62 allocating $100 million each year for public transportation, two members of the Northeast Ohio delegation tell the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) that if the tax passes the Ohio Senate and becomes law, the

Mar 8, 2019

CLEVELAND -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) today was among the distinguished recipients of the 2019 the Greater Ohio Sustainable Development Award.

RTA In the Land

"RTA in The Land" is a repository of media mentions generated by sources outside RTA.

May 31, 2024

Listen or read as Cleveland Metropolitan School District graduate Chardon Black reflects on his time riding RTA to school and home.

 Ideastream Public Media
May 08, 2024

Host Ben Whitaker talks with RTA General Manager and CEO India L. Birdsong Terry on leading change and challenging perceptions in Public Transit. 

 The Transit Voices Podcast Interview
Apr 14, 2024

The Greater Cleveland Partnership brought project owners and construction managers together to ensure woman and minorities are included in the construction demand taking place in the city of Cleveland as part of their recent focus of Construction, Utilities, Buildings and Equity, or CUBE Symposium.

 Building equity and inclusion in greater Cleveland’s construction