For Immediate Release
February 24, 2022
Media Contact: Andy Cole
Communication and Marketing Manager
With another stretch of icy weather approaching the area, the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) reminds customers to plan their trips accordingly, as accumulation of snow and ice may make road conditions hazardous.
Meteorologists are calling for 1-to-3 inches of snow and an accumulation of ice late Thursday and early Friday. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect in Lucas and Wood counties from 4 p.m. Thursday until 9 a.m. Friday morning.
TARTA will run on a normal schedule through Level 1 and Level 2 snow emergencies in Lucas County and Rossford. Huron Street lineups at the downtown Toledo Transit Hub may move to Cherry Street if it’s determined that road conditions on Huron Street are unsafe.
Customers can keep themselves updated on changes by following tarta.com or TARTA social media channels, and media outlets will also be notified of any service changes.
TARTA services would only be modified and possibly suspended in the event of a Level 3 Snow Emergency.
For a comprehensive look at TARTA’s weather emergency plan, click here.
TARTA provides a vital link in the Toledo metro area to jobs, education, health care and other destinations. It enables everyone in our community to have access to transportation regardless of their age, race, physical ability or economic background. TARTA is underway with exploring and introducing new initiatives and service options that will enhance convenience and customer experience while moving our region into the future of public transit.
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