Topic : SARTA

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Laketran joins 12 transit systems to launch 'EZfare' mobile payment

Technology| October 10, 2019

Participants are members of NEORide, a council of governments comprised of 13 transit systems.

SARTA to add fuel-cell powered vans to paratransit service

Accessibility| October 29, 2018

The vans, built on Ford's U4X platform by Tesco, will have seating for six passengers and accommodate one wheelchair.

Sustainability| August 14, 2018

SARTA-led consortium seeks grant to increase sustainability

If approved, the grant will provide the funds needed to take the project from an exciting vision to a job-creating, pollution-reducing reality within five years.

Sustainability| January 16, 2018

Ohio DOT joins Hydrogen Fuel Cell Collaborative

Will now partner with the RHFCC to advocate for clean hydrogen transportation technology in hopes of bringing 65,000 new jobs and 250 hydrogen stations to Ohio

Sustainability| September 14, 2017

Roadmap positions midwest as possible leader in hydrogen transportation, job creation

The roadmap is collaboration between SARTA, RHFCC, and CALSTART, an organization dedicated to clean and efficient transportation solutions, and was commissioned to support future funding proposals for regional vehicle deployment.

Sustainability| April 21, 2016

SARTA, Ohio State unveil the first of 10 hydrogen fuel-cell buses

Under the terms of an agreement between SARTA and the Ohio State University, the new bus will be operated by the university's Department of Transportation and Traffic Management as part of the Campus Area Bus Service for the next 12 months.

Bus| March 8, 2012

Ohio’s SARTA offers free employment pass program

The "Transporting Stark County Back to Work" program will offer up to 90 days’ worth of free bus passes for those seeking work or who have recently obtained employment. The goal of the program is to enable individuals who, due to low-income and job loss, cannot afford transportation to find/reach new employment.
Bus| January 14, 2010

Ohio transit proposes courtesy rules

Rules outline what is expected of passengers on buses and at SARTA’s facilities. If adopted, the Ohio Revised Code will allow penalties for violating the rules that could result in being removed or banned from all SARTA vehicles and facilities. Violators could also be criminally prosecuted.

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