A busy weekend is on the horizon in northwest Ohio, and the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) will be there to help residents enjoy it with special transportation to two events:
Toledo Mini: Runners taking part in either the half-marathon or quarter-marathon on Sunday, September 24 can park-and-ride from downtown Toledo with free transportation, courtesy of the event organizers.
Shuttles going from the first base gate at Fifth Third Field to the starting lines in Maumee begin at 6 a.m. and run until 7 a.m., with drop-off points in Maumee at Wayne & Gibbs streets (half-marathon starting line) and Carew Lane & Detroit Avenue (quarter-marathon starting line). Both races finish in downtown Toledo, allowing competitors to walk back to their cars.
Roche de Boeuf Festival and Car Show: This celebration of Waterville’s history and culture turns 50 this year. TARTA will provide complimentary shuttles to the parade grounds on Saturday, September 23 from parking lots at three area locations.
Service will run to the festival every 10 minutes from:
Service will begin at 8:45 a.m. and run most of the day until 5 p.m. Shuttles will not run during the parade, stopping at 10 a.m. before resuming at 11:10 a.m. Special event transportation will not run during Friday’s events.
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