cleveland.com: "Ohio supports a network of 28 urban and 33 rural transit systems. In 2012, Ohioans took 115 million trips using ODOT-funded public transit systems. Nine percent of Ohio households, or about 1 million Ohio residents, are without a car.
ODOT said public transit demand is increasing -- with a definite rise in the need for convenient, affordable public transportation to jobs, medical appointments, shopping and recreational activities -- even as transit agencies struggle to fund existing services."
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