Erica Tucker, GCRTA's Community Engagement Supervisor, was elected as a Board of Director member for MAHO (Maximum Accessible Housing of Ohio) in December of 2020 and began her three-year term this January. Erica was rec
Disinfecting hundreds of buses and dozens of facilities is a daunting task, especially in the midst of a pandemic. That’s why Greater Cleveland RTA continues to make investments in the latest technology to ensure the safety of riders and staff.
Winter in Cleveland is no joke! This week we had our annual sub-zero cold snap and boy, was it cold. I'm shivering just thinking about it. Waiting for buses and trains in the cold requires preparation. Here are some helpful tips to get you through the winter:
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.
RTA is starting a pilot program with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health to provide access to transportation to new and expectant mothers. RTA Planning Team Leader Amy Snell provides more details: