Friday, October 21, 2016

Ohio automobile culture means poor and disabled get stranded

cleveland.com: ""Council President [Dan] Brady and other members are very concerned about past and potential future cuts to public transit," Nanni said.

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority this year already had to raise fares and cut service 3 percent and faces even deeper cuts in 2018 when it will lose funding from the sales and use tax on Medicaid managed care organizations. At that point, RTA could have to cut service up to 10 percent and lay off 150 people, RTA CEO Joe Calabrese has estimated."

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  1. The details and other necessary concerns have been placed well in advance and hopefully for the future would even proved to be much better. here

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