The RTA Board of Trustees held committee meetings today. Several agenda items were approved to move to the full Board Meeting April 26, 2022.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today. The Annual Meeting and two committee meetings preceded the Board Meeting. The Board approved all of the resolutions.
Violence in our community affects all of us, and we are extremely saddened by the loss of life on Monday evening, aboard our HealthLine.
Funding allows GCRTA to replace the Hayden District garage roof.
The Board Compensation Committee met in Executive Session today.
The Cleveland St. Patrick's Day is back, and GCRTA is a great choice to get you to and from the parade.
The Audit, Safety Compliance and Real Estate Committee met today. The committee reviewed the 2021 4th Quarter Internal Audit report and moved the 2022 Internal Audit Plan to the full Board Meeting, March 29, 2022.
The ADA Office inside the RTA Main Office is now serving customers by appointment on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The RTA Board of Trustees met today There was a Special Board Meeting after the committee meetings to acknowledge the service of Board Member Leo Serrano on the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Board of Trustees.
RTA will receive $20.3 million as part of the first portion of money being released by the federal government for public transit agencies across Ohio.
RTA in The Land
Dec 16, 2022
As a strategy to mitigate shortages, retain and invest in employees, GCRTA created a mentor program called “Positive Impact,” an engagement program with full support and collaboration between management and local union leadership.
Dec 15, 2022
Read Plain Dealer/Cleveland.com reporter Kaitlin Durbin’s article from her interview with GCRTA Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Floun’say Caver regarding the railcar replacement program (subscription required).
Dec 13, 2022
Learn more on how GCRTA is planning for future stability and greater accessibility
Nov 18, 2022
Jimmy and crew catch a ride with Greater Cleveland RTA CEO & General Manager India Birdsong Terry and talk about what's coming next for Cleveland's mass transit system.
Nov 16, 2022
Public transportation presents a lifeline for millions of Americans. In Ohio, it was announced public transit agencies across the state would receive millions of dollars as part of the federal government’s Infrastructure and Jobs Act in 2022. Floun’say Caver, Chief Operating Officer for the Greater Cleveland RTA, joined Spectrum News to discuss what plans the system has to use the funds.