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Clevelanders for Public Transit petitions Cleveland City Council to force reopening of Superior Avenue to buses

(Plain Press, February 2017)        A group of Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) riders attended the Cleveland City Council meeting all during January to convince Cleveland City Council that Public Transit belongs in Public Square. The group, Clevelanders for Public Transit plans to continue to attend Cleveland City Council meetings on February 6th and … Continue reading

Mayor Frank Jackson forgets where he came from

by Roldo Bartimole (Plain Press, December 2016)            Mayor Frank Jackson is soft putty in the hands of the corporate downtown plutocracy. The mayor, from the most deprived area of the city, has allowed and perpetuated for a decade Cleveland’s downtown to become a city within the city—pampered and showered with freebies. What downtown wants, … Continue reading

Clevelanders for Public Transit applauds maintenance of critical bus routes and reduced Paratransit fare increase

Rider organization calls on RTA Board, and all levels of government to develop a long term plan for sustainable public transportation (Plain Press, July 2016) On June 7, 2016, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) voted to reduce service and increase fares due to a $7 million budget shortfall. Clevelanders for Public Transit applauds … Continue reading

RTA proposal to eliminate bus service on W. 65th draws concerned riders to meeting

(Plain Press, January 2016) On December 10th, at two public meetings held late afternoon and early evening at Max Hayes High School, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) riders had a chance to voice their concerns about a proposal by RTA to replace the current routes #21, #45 and #45A with a revised Route #45. … Continue reading

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