The Central Ohio Transit Authority's board of trustees yesterday ratified a new three-year contract with the union representing drivers and mechanics.
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.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority dropped plans yesterday to charge fares for the Downtown Circulator and increase fares on fixed routes.
Central Ohio Transit Authority officials say bus ridership is at its highest level in three years after a strong summer.
The City of Columbus today installs the last batch of new parking meters on High Street through Downtown.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a broken rail was the cause of a train derailment near the Ohio State Fairgrounds in 2012.
Plans to track Central Ohio Transit Authority buses online are on hold again.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority will launch a free downtown circulator this spring.
People who want to use a proposed downtown Columbus bus route may have to pay a fare.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority says ridership has risen slightly so far this year.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is developing a plan for special buses to carry riders among the hottest spots in downtown Columbus.
Fewer people are riding pubic busses around central Ohio.
Local agencies say they are still trying to recover nearly 900 thousand dollars lost in the train derailment and explosion near Weinland Park last year.
Fewer people are riding Central Ohio Transit Authority buses.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority holds a public meeting tonight on its plan to eliminate more bus stops.
The man charged with firing a shot that struck a woman on a COTA bus last month has been indicted on 12 counts of felonious assault.
Bond is set at 500 thousand dollars for the man accused of shooting at a COTA bus, striking a passenger in the face.
Columbus police say one of two suspects in the shooting of a woman on a COTA bus last month has turned himself in.
Columbus police say five of seven people suspected of assaulting a teenager on a Central Ohio Transit Authority bus have been arrested.