May 1, 2013
In this role, Robert Ruzinsky will be responsible for agency asset management, capital program planning, development and execution.
January 23, 2012
Agency suited the delegations’ interests because of its electric trolleybus system, Five Star Clean Fleets Certification and a recent state auditor’s award commending RTA for multiple years of clean financial audits.
September 7, 2011
Reaching out to social service agencies with financially disadvantaged clients who need jobs, the transit system will make bus tokens available at a significant discount through its new Transit Access Fund. The fund is partially supported by federal Job Access Reverse Commute money.
August 9, 2011
During their commute to the Dayton Air Show, riders were exposed to engaging messages on services and products from area companies, as well as the RTA. Officials at the agency are hoping to increase revenue to help support its service to customers.
July 20, 2011
When hired, RTA operators receive 48 hours of classroom and on-the-road training. New paratransit operators get an additional 80 hours of training on the road. All operators at RTA also must take a one-day course in which they go through the paces of people with cognitive and physical disabilities.
September 17, 2010
Fleets are evaluated based on policies transit authorities have implemented to reduce vehicle emissions and reliance on petroleum fuels, according to Katherine Stewart, policy director for Clean Fuels Ohio.
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