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The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) is the regional public transit agency serving Columbus and other Central Ohio communities. More info can be found at cota.com.

19 Days into Urban In-Fill’s COTA Challenge

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Urban In-Fill wrote 19 Days January 19, 2008 by Jeff Nineteen days into the month and I’ve only used the car three times, and those times were for trips to and from work. Late hours and Sundays, when limited COTA schedules are the culprit. I’ve put a total of $30 in gas in the tank […]


COTA rings in 2008 with service changes

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The Cranky Commuter wrote COTA changes Posted by Tim Doulin on January 4, 2008 It’s a new year and Central Ohio Transit Authority is implementing service changes Monday. Schedule adjustments are being made to 22 routes. Additional trips are being added to the following express routes: No. 29 Polaris, No. 33 North Central, No. 39 […]


Gas prices help COTA attract riders

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The Dispatch wrote Gas prices help COTA attract riders Saturday, November 17, 2007 BY TIM DOULIN Like the price of gasoline, the number of people taking the bus is up. COTA ridership has increased about 5.2 percent since Aug. 27, compared with the same period last year. The number of passenger boardings rose for 11 […]


ColumbusING rebrands COTA as MOTO

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ColumbusING wrote MOTO Published by David October 20th, 2007 We here at ColumbusING just got the exclusive on some really exciting things going on at COTA… or, I’m sorry… MOTO! First things first… better not call her COTA anymore, call her MOTO and she is ready to go! BTW, MOTO stands for Mid Ohio Transit […]


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