The Super Bowl is one of the most anticipated events for people across the US, and especially this year for Greater Clevelanders to see that the Browns were *this close* to making it!
Hunter, a former Transit Police K-9 for GCRTA, passed away in early January after a brief illness.
“He will be missed,” his handler, Sgt. Farr, said.
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.
Congratulations to Electronic Repair Manager, Chris Weil, who was selected as a recipient of the 2020 Mass Transit 40 under 40 award.
Frank Berry, a 2003 retiree, began his career at GCRTA in 1976 at the Woodhill district as a fixed route bus operator. He came here with the mindset of a short-term opportunity, but soon found a life-long career in transit. Mr.
We celebrate you, today, K-9 Officer Kubo! In your three short years on the Transit Police force, you have accomplished so much.
Detective William Lowe
A 23 year veteran of the Transit Police Department, Detective William Lowe has and continues to perform at an exemplary level.
GCRTA has many heroes working each day. We would like to recognize some of them for their work during the COVID-19 crisis.
RTA’s Safe Place program is not just for youths in crisis. Earlier this month, an 87 year old woman was lost and confused when she boarded a bus in the Mayfield/Warrensville area.