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June 23, 2011

Cleveland RTA to renovate BRT station for $10.5M

FTA green lighted work on the University Circle Rapid Transit Station, which was awarded $10.5 million from the TIGER II Program in October 2010. The project will involve reconstructing the station, which includes consolidating the bus and transfer area and the rail station.


April 12, 2011

Cleveland RTA honored for ‘HealthLine’ BRT

Acknowledged by the American Council of Engineering Companies with its National Recognition Award, presented in Washington, D.C.


November 10, 2010

State funding enables Cleveland RTA to maintain, add service

The bulk of the Ohio Department of Transportation funds, about $4 million, will be used to preserve existing transit routes and transit jobs in 2011. The remaining approximately $1 million, will fund strategic improvements and enhancements.


March 29, 2010

Cleveland community college students can now get bus pass

Cuyahoga Community College students will be able to get a discounted bus pass starting this fall. Case Western Reserve University students get the pass for $25 per semester, while the Tri-C students will pay $240 per semester.


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