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COTA to Roll Out Real-time Tracking Next Week

Brent Warren Brent Warren COTA to Roll Out Real-time Tracking Next Week

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 […]

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Crumbling Marconi Parking Garage Announces Closure

Walker Evans Walker Evans Crumbling Marconi Parking Garage Announces Closure

The parking deck located at 170 Marconi Boulevard has been rapidly deteriorating in recent years, and monthly permit parking customers were informed this morning that the garage will be ceasing operations as soon as May 31st. The letter issued to customers reads as follows: Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regret to inform you […]

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COTA Placing Levy Renewal on November Ballot

Walker Evans Walker Evans COTA Placing Levy Renewal on November Ballot

The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) announced yesterday that it will be placing a levy renewal on the November 8th general ballot this fall. The levy asks voters to renew COTA’s quarter-percent sales and use tax, which is otherwise set to expire on March 31st in 2017. “In order for COTA to maintain the level […]

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CBUS Circulator to Remain Free To Ride Through April 2017

Walker Evans Walker Evans CBUS Circulator to Remain Free To Ride Through April 2017

Earlier today, the Board of  Trustees at the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) cast their votes in favor of extending free fares for another year aboard the CBUS Circulator route. The bus — which shuttles riders between Downtown, the Short North and German Village — has served over one million riders since its launch in […]

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Big Ideas for Transit Laid Out in New Framework Plan

Walker Evans Walker Evans Big Ideas for Transit Laid Out in New Framework Plan

If you want to sit around and wait for a train in Columbus, you could be waiting for a long time. Local planner and transit enthusiast JM Rayburn got tired of waiting though, and decided to launch a project that could spark change with how Central Ohioans think about transit systems. The culmination of that […]

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Next Phase of Interstate 70/71 Construction Delayed Until 2018

Walker Evans Walker Evans Next Phase of Interstate 70/71 Construction Delayed Until 2018

The next phase of the multi-part Interstate 70/71 “Columbus Crossroads” construction project has officially been pushed back another year to 2018, according to officials at the Ohio Department of Transportation. This phase, known as the “Project 2D — East Interchange” includes the highway intersection where I-71 and I-70 meet on the southeast side of Downtown […]

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Lyft Resumes Service in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lyft Resumes Service in Columbus

Columbus Underground reported in February that ride-share service Lyft may be planning a return to the Columbus market, and today the company has made the news official. The company began signing up new drivers several months ago, and the service is scheduled to go live today at noon. “We’re thrilled to be back in Columbus, […]

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