REGIONAL TRANSIT PLAN

A quality, comprehensive public transit system is vital to the region's health and prosperity, and is a key part at establishing equity across the area. Not only do tens of thousands of people rely on public transit to access their schools or workplaces each day, but countless others use buses and commuter trains to shop, go to the doctor, and many other tasks.

 

As part of eNEO2050, NOACA is examining ways to assist the region's public transit agencies - Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), Laketran, Lorain County Transit, Medina County Transit, and Geauga County Transit - to more effectively collaborate to provide better services to the residents of the area. 

NOACA has selected AECOM to assist with the creation of the Regional Transit Plan. AECOM has conducted preliminary research to determine the level of existing collaboration among the five transit agencies and has completed recommendations for both short-term and long-term strategies. 

Watch the Webinar

Learn more about the Regional Transit Plan, its strategies, and recommendations for the future of transit in our region by watching the video below.

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Offer Your Input

AECOM and NOACA staff held a live Q&A discussion on the Regional Transit Plan on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. You can listen to the full Q&A session in its entirety below.

 

If you were unable to attend the Q&A session and would still like to offer your comment, you may use the comment box on this page. Comments will be accepted until November 27, 2020.

Regional Transit Plan Q&A Session - October 27, 2020