Topic : Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

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Cleveland RTA board approves new CEO contract

Management & Operations| August 20, 2019

India Birdsong, who's official first day is Sept. 16, will oversee 2,300 employees and a $218 million annual budget.

Report suggests Cleveland should replace entire rail fleet by 2028

Rail| April 17, 2019

While both fleets have had some level of mid-life rehabilitation, each fleet is exceeding the acceptable 30-year useful life for railcars.

Management & Operations| March 14, 2019

Cleveland RTA's economic impact to community totals $322M per year

The annual savings to passengers who choose to ride RTA rather than use their own transportation is $51.8 million.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2018

Cleveland RTA board names 'Doc' Caver as new interim CEO/GM

He currently serves as RTA’s COO, dep. GM of operations, a position to which he was promoted in Oct., 2017.

Security and Safety | August 10, 2018

Serious crimes on Cleveland RTA drop dramatically

The most dramatic decreases showed robberies down by 80% and thefts down by 51% for the reporting period.

Management & Operations| July 24, 2018

RTA, Calabrese agree to accelerate leadership transition

After Sept. 1, 2018, Calabrese will serve RTA in a new senior advisory role as the board begins a national search for next GM.

Security and Safety | April 12, 2018

Cleveland RTA's bus system receives APTA's Gold Safety Award

Award will be presented with the honor for its achievements in safety, security, and operations in May at the APTA Bus and Paratransit Conference in Tampa, Fla.

Sustainability| April 5, 2018

RTA receives federal grant for CNG fueling facility

CNG buses make up 106 of RTA’s 453 total bus fleet.

Management & Operations| April 2, 2018

RTA Board President resigns amid investigation of healthcare payments

George F. Dixon was appointed to the board in 1992 and was president since 1994.

Security and Safety | February 27, 2018

Cleveland RTA, Battelle team to test transit, pedestrian safety tech

By reducing bus collisions with pedestrians and other vehicles, the technology can prevent accidents and fatalities, reduce transit operator costs, and decrease travel interruptions.

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