Central Ohio Transit Authority

Central Ohio Transit Authority

Orange barrels will be rolling out in Columbus next month for COTA's Cmax project.

The Central Ohio Transit Authority recently fired a bus driver who kicked a gay passenger off her bus in June.

A male passenger on a COTA bus who was wearing eye liner says he was told by the driver to exit the motorcoach because of his behavior and appearance.

Plans for a bus-rapid transit line along Cleveland Avenue are closer to reality.

Mike Foley

The Central Ohio Transit Authority this week opened a new bus line that provides direct service to Port Columbus from the downtown area. 

The Central Ohio Transit Authority says it's real-time bus tracking service will be available to the public next Friday, May 6.

The Central Ohio Transit Authority is heading to the ballot this November to renew a 10-year old, quarter percent sales and use tax that has helped the agency double its service since 2006. 

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Columbus City Council tonight is scheduled to consider a ban on unnecessary travel by city employees to North Carolina in protest of that state's recently enacted law mandating which public restrooms transgender people are allowed to use.

The City of Columbus has formally approved several agreements with the Central Ohio Transit Authority to create what is called the Cleveland Avenue Bus Rapid Transit project. 

busride.com

Plans are in the works for a new bus route between Port Columbus and downtown.

Associated Press

Columbus police have identified the woman killed Tuesday following a two-vehicle crash that sent a car flying into a bus shelter where she was sitting.

COTA To Expand Program

Aug 7, 2015

The Central Ohio Transit Authority is expanding a program in which busses are allowed to drive on the inside shoulder of major highways. 

columbusunderground.com

The Central Ohio Transit Authority plans to ask voters in November of next year to renew the temporary quarter percent sales tax levy they approved in 2006.

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The Central Ohio Transit Authority says people who ride the popular CBUS  downtown circulator will continue to ride for free. 

The use of public transportation is up in Ohio and around the country.

Central Ohio Transit Authority officials say federal dollars mean Columbus could be getting it's long-discussed rapid transit route along Cleveland Avenue. 

nacentralohio.com

The Central Ohio Transit Authority says bus ridership increased by 3 percent last year.

The Central Ohio Transit Authority's board of trustees yesterday ratified a new three-year contract with the union representing drivers and mechanics. 

columbus.gov

Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman says the city's notable achievements in 2014 are helping change its national image. 

Bus service in and around Columbus will be getting a boost next year. 

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