As some of the world’s best golfers get ready to tee-off for the Solheim Cup at Toledo’s Inverness Club, the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) is chipping in to make sure the event is accessible to everyone who wants to watch.
In partnership with “Toledo is for Everyone” – an effort that promotes the region as the most inclusive community in the nation – TARTA and Toledo Area Regional Paratransit Service (TARPS) will be providing free accessible transportation to the Solheim Cup shuttles from Aug. 31-Sept. 6.
Riders can take TARTA’s Route 31H bus or reserve TARPS transportation to the Stranahan Theater, at 4645 Heatherdowns Boulevard in Toledo, which will serve as General Parking for the event. From there, attendees will be able to catch a free ADA shuttle to Inverness.
TARTA’s Call-A-Ride service will also be available for those wishing to go to the Stranahan whose pick-up location is in the Maumee Call-A-Ride area, as well as to take those riders from the theater back to Maumee. Riders are reminded that all Call-A-Ride service must be booked one day in advance.
The first day passengers will be able to book rides to the event through TARPS is Aug. 24. Guests using the TARPS service for the event must be dropped off at the Stranahan Theater, and all requested TARPS trips for the tournament will be dropped off and picked up at the theater.
TARTA’s Route 5 bus, which would ordinarily make a stop at Inverness Club, will be unable to do so during the tournament due to a detour. Click here for detour information.
For information regarding TARTA’s fixed route, please call 419-243-7433.
TARPS can be reached at 419-382-9901 for questions or for reservations.
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