On an average day, GCRTA receives upwards of 500 calls from customers. These calls come in on the RTAnswerline and can be about a limitless range of topics.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is proud to announce that customers may begin enjoying rides on RTA's festive Holiday Trains beginning Saturday, November 28.
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.
Greater Cleveland RTA (GCRTA) is re-opening its ADA Office, located inside our Main Office Building. Beginning Wednesday, June 3, 2020 the office will reopen, by appointment to serve our ADA customers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has
RTA is installing clear vinyl curtains on all buses and paratransit vehicles to provide a protective barrier between operators and customers.
If you've looked at our online schedules since the announcement of our temporary service reduction (taking effect April 12), you may have noticed a small diff
Have you noticed some new buses rolling around town? Our new MCI fleet is now in service!