bcrta's mission is to support butler county's quality of life and economic development through public transportation solutions.
LakeTran's award winning services help 763,000 Lake County residents get where they need to go each year.
metro is southwest ohio's fixed-route bus service, which served Hamilton county residents in addition to providing commuter routes to clermont.
PARTA provides more than 1.5 million fixed route and demand response trips to the residents of Portage County.
The public transit department is committed to providing safe, affordable and accessible transportation for anyone in fairfield County
The goal of the sandusky transit system (STS) is to provide safe public transportation service to all residents in a timely, courteous and cost-effective manner.
MCPT meets the transit needs of Medina County residents by offering fixed route, demand response and paratransit service
METRO transports nearly 6,000,000 people a year to thousands of destinations in Summit County and beyond
SARTA provides nearly 3,000,000 rides per year via its fixed routes, demand response and other programs.
TANK provides transit service to boone, campbell and kenton counties as well as downtown cincinnati
TARTA services the communities of maumee, ottawa hills, rossford, sylvania, sylvania township, toledo and waterville
WRTA Provides more than 2 Million fixed route and demand response trips per year to Mahoning county residents
Greater Cleveland Rta is the public transit authority serving cuyahoga County. RTA is the largest transit authority in ohio providing over 44 million trips every year.
NEORide was conceived and developed by the visionary professionals who manage three of Ohio’s most successful and respected public transit systems: Akron METRO, PARTA, and SARTA. Laketran, which serves the residents of Lake County, joined the group in 2017. Medina County Public Transit, WRTA and TARTA became a NEORide member in 2018 and in 2019 BCRTA, Cleveland RTA, Sandusky Transit System, SORTA (METRO), TANK and Lancaster-Fairfield County have joined. The twelve agencies that comprise NEORide run ahead of the curve in many aspects of public transportation from program development, to the utilization of cutting-edge transportation technology, to the deployment of vehicles powered by fuels that protect the environment and reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil.
The partners are involved in NEORide because they understand the critical role public transit plays in creating vibrant communities. They also share an unwavering commitment to ensuring that every member of our community has access to the reliable, affordable, convenient and safe transportation services they want, need and deserve.