The Toledo Area Regional Paratransit Service will resume on Sundays and holidays starting April 7, 2019 after sufficient local funds were raised to match a federal grant to pay for the service.
Ten governmental bodies, social-service agencies, and others including Mercy Health have tentatively pledged $152,000 toward the $328,575 estimated cost to operate TARPS between now and year’s end, according to a summary provided at news conference to announce the TARPS restoration.
TARTA serves the communities of Maumee, Ottawa Hills, Rossford, Sylvania, Sylvania Township, Toledo, and Waterville.
TARTA does not discriminate in employment, provision of services, and/or business practices on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, military status, and physical or mental disability. TARTA prohibits workplace harassment, including sexual harassment, as well as retaliation against employees.
All language assistance services for Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority programs and services, including paratransit functional assessments and paratransit eligibility appeals, are provided to the public at no charge.
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