Phase II of our Need a Mask, Take a Mask campaign began in early September. This phase focuses on community engagement and leveraging partnerships to provide free face masks to those in Cuyahoga County.
For the past few years, the GCRTA rail district has hosted a local rodeo to determine the best of the best when it comes to Operators, Track personnel and Equipment maintainers.
GCRTA is continuing to make strides to protect our essential workers as we continue to work hard every day to provide an essential service to our customers and community.
Congratulations to Electronic Repair Manager, Chris Weil, who was selected as a recipient of the 2020 Mass Transit 40 under 40 award.
Since the inception of the Park-n-Ride, GCRTA has provided express service to our riders for the better part of the last 20 years.
GCRTA has a commitment to maintaining a state of good repair for infrastructure and assets. Part of this effort includes upgrades to our rail tracks.
After a temporary suspension of service due to COVID-19, Park-N-Ride service on all three routes (246, 251 and 263) will be restored on Monday, August 10. The original Park-N-Ride service frequency was approximately every 15 to 30 minutes.
April 2020 brought many things to Greater Cleveland: a worldwide pandemic, words like quarantine and social distancing, and the start of annual construction season.
Have your riding habits on transit changed since COVID-19?
What would make you feel more comfortable on transit?
What if everyone was wearing a mask or face covering, would you ride?