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November 11, 2009

Cleveland RTA plans service cuts, not fare hikes

Actions taken to reduce costs include reducing staff, freezing salaries and eliminating the community circulator service.


October 13, 2009

Cleveland RTA expands canine unit

The Transportation Security Administration will provide ongoing funding for three additional bomb-sniffing police dogs.


October 9, 2009

Cleveland’s BRT hits one-year anniversary

More than 3.1 million people have boarded the HealthLine since the service began on Oct. 24, 2008.


September 15, 2009

GCRTA adds articulated buses to its fleet

The new 62-foot buses, numbered 3001 to 3017, were placed into service in August, have a capacity of 100 riders and use ultra-low sulfur diesel.


September 10, 2009

GCRTA breaks ground on Tubbs Jones Transit Center

The late Congresswoman was a strong supporter of transit in general and this facility in particular. The $6.4 million transit center, named in Jones’ honor, is expected to open in fall 2011.


May 26, 2009

Cleveland salaried worker pay cut 3 percent

GCRTA has already reduced salaried positions by 5 percent, frozen wages for all salaried employees, instituted a partial hiring freeze, restricted travel, received supplemental funding from the NOACA and reduced overtime.


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