The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) hosted Clintonville, Ohio residents, businesses and project partners to celebrate the new Westview Avenue turnaround located at 5271 N. High St. in Columbus, Ohio.
Nearly 100 community stakeholders attended an event celebrating the opening of the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) McKinley Avenue Facility’s compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station on May 16.
In 2005, fifty years after Parks’ brave act led to events that sparked the civil rights movement, then-State Representative Joyce Beatty wrote legislation that was signed into law by Governor Bob Taft to make Ohio the first state to designate December 1...
At the COTA Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday, March 28, TSA officials will present COTA with the award in recognition of COTA's efforts to build a strong security program. COTA is one of only 17 agencies to receive the award for 2011.
Featuring copper roofing and metal scrollwork, inspired by a 19th century streetcar passenger shelter at the U.S. Capitol and maintaining a similar architectural style to the structure of the Ohio Statehouse, the shelters also feature time- and...
The COTA Board of Trustees have named COTA's 10-story administrative headquarters building at 33 N. High St. in Downtown Columbus the William J. Lhota Building in honor of COTA's retiring president/CEO.
Reynoldsburg Mayor Brad McCloud and COTA President/CEO Bill Lhota came together to rededicate the park and ride as the "James M. Hutcherson Reynoldsburg Park and Ride", located at 2100 Birchview Dr., Reynoldsburg, OH 43068.