Today’s Headlines

  • COTA Says November Tax Levy “Critical” to Agency’s Future (ThisWeek)
  • TARTA May Buy Former Newspaper Headquarters for New Bus Hub (Blade)
  • RTA and University of Akron Launch Free Downtown Shuttle Bus (Beacon Journal)
  • Columbus Looking to Launch Small, Autonomous Bus Operations (Dispatch)
  • Self-Driving Cars May Soon Be Allowed on Ohio Turnpike (Newsday)
  • What, If Anything, Can Cities Do to Fix Their Sprawling Suburbs? (TransitCenter)

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COTA to Roll Out Real-time Tracking Next Week

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COTA plans to roll out real-time tracking at the end of next week, a feature that will allow riders to use a smart phone to see where their bus is for the first time. “On Friday, May 6, COTA will begin providing real-time information to customers through Transit App,” said COTA Public and Media Relations […]

Today’s Headlines

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It’s Easy to Be a Car-Free Cleveland Tourist, But Not a Resident (Plain Dealer) Cincy to Launch New Commuter-Style Buses for Long-Distance Routes (Business Courier) Akron Partners With RTA for Discounted Bus Passes for Students (Beacon Journal) Cincinnati Is Finally Changing Its Fare Payment Methods for Streetcar (Enquirer) Developers Want to Build at Higher Densities Along High Street […]