Management & Operations

LET, TARTA implement interstate transfer agreement

Posted on July 17, 2002

The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) in Toledo, Ohio, and Lake Erie Transit (LET) in Monroe, Mich., are now accepting transfer rides between the two agencies. The TART/LET Interstate Transfer Agreement allows free transfers to passengers wishing to ride across state lines and to and from the neighboring communities. TARTA operates 33 fixed-routes, 13 park-and-ride locations, a trial call-a-ride service, a regular downtown lunch trolley/water taxi service and the Toledo Area Regional Paratransit Service. TARTA also offers charters of its coaches and trolleys. LET operates seven fixed-routes, dial-a-ride, door-to-door service and ADA services.

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