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September 10, 2012

Ohio community fights to keep paratransit, fixed-route service

Several senior communities and centers in the Sylvania, Ohio area rely on TARPS’ services.


January 3, 2012

TARTA using 'ghost riders' to monitor drivers

Assessments are part of insurance consortium program where other participating transit systems based in Ohio assess partner agencies' drivers.


July 20, 2011

Feds award Ohio’s TARTA $3.49M for paratransit buses

The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority will use the “State of Good Repair” grant to replace 38 of its paratransit vehicles. The agency’s paratransit program has been the fastest growing part of the system, with ridership increases in each of the past 15 years.


July 15, 2011

Toledo’s TARTA receives FTA grant for solar panels

The $1 million in funding will help the agency build a solar panel array at its headquarters and replace the facility's lights with modern, energy-efficient equipment.


October 20, 2009

Trapeze equips Ohio paratransit service

Software is designed to help dramatically reduce driver wait times and no shows, as well as prevent same day cancellations. Application includes IVR Confirm, Callback and Cancel modules that enable clients to review trip bookings through a computerized voice system to confirm accuracy.


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