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List of Cleveland RTA bus routes

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The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority operates a variety of bus routes in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The agency is the primary public transportation provider in Greater Cleveland.

Routes[edit]

Active routes, as of December 3 2017:[1]

  • 1 St. Clair (24 hours)
  • 2 East 79th (weekday service only)
  • 3 Superior (24 hours)
  • 5 Chagrin Blvd
  • 7 Monticello-Euclid Heights
  • 8 Cedar-East 116th
  • 9 Mayfield
  • 10 East 105th (24 hours)
  • 11 Quincy-Buckeye (originally 11 Quincy; merged with the 35 and became 35 Broadview-Quincy from 1997-2007.)
  • 14 Kinsman (24 hours)
  • 15 Union-Harvard
  • 16 East 55th
  • 19 Broadway-Miles (24 hours)
  • 22 Lorain (24 hours)
  • 25 Madison (weekday service only)
  • 26 Detroit (24 hours)
  • 28/28A Euclid (24 hours) (28A weekdays)
  • 30 East 140th-Lakeshore (24 hours)
  • 32 Cedar
  • 34 East 200th-Green (weekday service only)
  • 37 East 185th-Taylor
  • 38 Hough
  • 39 Lakeshore
  • 40 Lakeview-Lee
  • 41 Warrensville (24 hours)
  • 41F Warrensville (rush hour only)
  • 45 Ridge
  • 48/48A University Circle-East 131st (24 hours) (48A weekdays)
  • 49 Center Ridge
  • 53F Broadview-North Royalton
  • 54 Brookpark (weekdays)
  • 60 NineTwelve Trolley[2][3]
  • 61 E-Line Downtown Trolley (weekdays)
  • 62 B-Line Downtown Trolley (weekdays)
  • 63 C-Line Downtown Trolley (weeknights & weekends)
  • 66R Red Line Express Shuttle (used during rail shutdowns)
  • 67R Blue/Green/Waterfront Line Express Shuttle (used during rail shutdowns)
  • 75 Lorain
  • 76 Broadway-Turney
  • 77F Brecksville
  • 78 West 117th-Puritas
  • 79 Fulton
  • 81 Tremont-Storer (24 hours)
  • 83 Warren-West 130th
  • 86 Rocky River Dr.-Bagley (Mon-Sat)
  • 90F Broadway-Libby
  • 94 East 260th-Richmond

RUSH HOUR ROUTES:

  • 39F Lakeshore
  • 41F Warrensville
  • 9/12 trolley
  • 79A Fulton
  • 246 Westlake Park-N-Ride
  • 251 Strongsville Park-N-Ride
  • 263 North Olmsted Park-N-Ride

BUS RAPID TRANSIT:

  • 6 HealthLine (24 hours)
  • 51 West 25th-Pearl
  • 51A West 25th-State
  • 51B/51C West 25th-Broadview (51C Weekdays Only)
  • 55 Cleveland State Line/Clifton (Monday-Saturday)
    • 55A Rush hour service from Lakewood Park
    • 55B Rush hour service from Bay Village
    • 55C Rush hour service from Crocker Park

Discontinued:

  • 4 Wade Park (2010)
  • 5 St. Clair-Lakeland (replaced by the 1)
  • 6 Euclid (2008 now the HealthLine)
  • 6A Euclid (Ended at University Rapid; eliminated in 2007)
  • 7X/7AX/7F Monticello (various route alignments, now replaced by 7 Monticello)
  • 9X/9F/9BX Mayfield (various route alignments, now replaced by 9 Mayfield with one route variant)
  • 12 Woodland (merged with the 25 and became 25W Madison-Woodland from 1997-2007. Renamed 12 Woodland until 2010)
  • 13 Buckeye (merged with the 25 and became 25B Madison-Buckeye from 1997-2007. Renamed 13 Buckeye until 2008. Trips between Woodhill Rd and South Moreland Rd now run by 11 Quincy-Buckeye)
  • 15F Warrensville Heights Flyer (2010 due to low ridership. Currently run by 15 UNION-HARVARD on a daily basis)
  • 15X Harvard (eliminated in 2001 and combined into 15 Union-Harvard)
  • 17 East 30th-Orange (original downtown loop bus until 1991)
  • 17 East 49th-Canal-Rockside (what used to be a reversed Rush hour version of the 77F route until 2010)
  • 18 Denison-Harvard (replaced by both routes 50 and 807 in April 1998)
  • 18 West 11th-Hinckley (formally 20 route with trips from Broadview/Pearl to Hinckley Rd)
  • 20 West 11th-Broadview; later West 25th-State (became route 18 until 2010 and renamed West 25th-State until 2016. Currently run by 51A MetroHealth Line-State)
  • 20A West 25th-State (renamed to 20. see above)
  • 20B West 25th-Pearl (replaced by realigned 79A in 2005)
  • 20C Zoo Bus (2007)
  • 21X West 25th-State (rush hour express version of the 20A with trips terminating at North Royalton city hall until December 2001)
  • 21 West 25th-Clark (weekday half version of the 23 route between Downtown and Denison loop from December 2010 until April 2016. Replaced by the 45)
  • 23 Clark-Ridge (replaced by the 45A In 2010 and later 21)
  • 24 Fulton (replaced by the 79)[4]
  • 24 Northfield-Aurora (combined into 24/41 in 1996, now served by 41 Warrensville)
  • 24/41 Warrensville/Solon (combined route of 24 and 41, became 41A & 41C and now 41)
  • 24 Berea (replaced the 86 trips south of Brookpark station. Replaced by the 86 again)
  • 24 Van Aken/Tri-C (replaced former 14 trips East of Van Aken-Warrensville)
  • 27 Clifton (replaced by route 45)
  • 27F Solon Flyer (Weekday limited service)
  • 29 Broadway-Garfield (replaced by routes 10 and 19)
  • 29F Hub Parkway Flyer
  • 31X Avon Lake (replaced by 55F in 2005. Avon Lake councilman stopped RTA buses for coming to the city)
  • 32X/32CX/32SX/32WX Cedar-Carnegie (32X was combined with 94 to become current 94 route in 1997, other 32's were replaced by current 32 Cedar as one route)
  • 33 Central (2007)
  • 34 Broadway-Miles Express (express variant of route 19)[5]
  • 35 West 25th-Broadview (now 51B & 51C MetroHealth Line-Broadview)
  • 35X West 25th-Boradview (renamed 35 in early 1990s)
  • 35F Broadview (combined into 135 in 2004)
  • 36 Eddy (2008)
  • 37 West 54th (express of the 20B)[6]
  • 39X/39BX Lakeshore (combined into current 39 Lakeshore route)
  • 41A/41C (24/41 became 41A Warrensville/Aurora & 41C Warrensville/Columbus in 2001 and is currently served by 41 Warrensville)
  • 41S Noble (1998)
  • 42 (now part of the 14 east of Lee)[7]
  • 42 Great Northern-Bay Village (eliminated in early 1990s, brought back in 1997 and eliminated again in 1999, operated by NOMBL)
  • 42 Fairmount (mid 2000s. Replaced former 32X & 32WX routes)
  • 43F Willowick (1999. Replaced by Laketran route 12)
  • 43 Lake-Wolf (August 14, 2016. Reversed Rush hour trips from Bay Village to Triskett rapid station)
  • 44 East 185th (merged with the 54 Taylor to form the 37 East 185th-Taylor)
  • 44 Snow-Rockside (became Snow-Parmatown in 2001 and continued until 2005. Rockside trips now used by 51C)
  • 45 Ridge-Clifton (route ended at W.115th-Clifton, later became current 45 using Detroit to Downtown)
  • 45Y/R Ridge (In 2006 45 was changed into 2 routes known for York & Ridge, they would be combined into current 45)
  • 46 Detroit-Wagar (Currently used by 25 MADISON-DETROIT)
  • 46 Westlake (replaced by 46 Detroit-Wagar in 2006)
  • 46F Westlake (2001)
  • 47 Tri-C / Muny Loop (was split into the 147 and 247; but merged back to 47 in 2006. Discontinued 2013)
  • 49F Wickliffe (1999. Replaced by Laketran route 13)
  • 49F Center Ridge Flyer (2005-2010)
  • 50 East 116th/Harvard/West 117th (2010. Trips replaced by routes 8, 2, 16 & 78)
  • 51X West 25th-Pearl (Renamed 51, Laurel Square trips ended in early 1990s and replaced by Drake/Howe Trips. Would get on I-71 before Metro Hospital)
  • 52 West 140th-Puritas (Replaced by routes 70 and 78)
  • 52 Westgate (2010. Replaced former 22 Westgate trips. Currently used by 49)
  • 53 Great Northern-Center Ridge (2005. replaced by 822 circulator bus)
  • 54 Taylor (merged with the 44 East 185th to form the 37 East 185th-Taylor)
  • 54 Pleasant Valley
  • 55X Clifton-Detroit (served Downtown to County Line)
  • 55AX Gold Coast (1999)
  • 55CX/F Cahoon-Bay Village (F variant eliminated in 2001, CX ran until 2007 as rush hour only)
  • 55NX/SX Clifton-Center Ridge (SX variant ran to St. John West Shore Hospital, NX variant ended at Westgate, now served by current 55 to Westgate)
  • 56 Warrensville Express (replaced by routes 14 and 15A)[8]
  • 57 University Circle (traveled on E 123rd and Murray Hill)[9]
  • 57 Tower City / Tri-C (2007)
  • 58 University Circle-East 116th (2015. Merged with the 8)
  • 60 Noble[10]
  • 63F North Olmsted Park-N-Ride (now 263, operated by NOMBL until 2005)
  • 64 Olmsted Falls (2003)
  • 64F Olmsted Falls (became 64 in Nov 2002, operated by NOMBL)
  • 64X Olmsted Falls-Lorain (eliminated 1990s, operated by NOMBL)
  • 64 L-Line Downtown Trolley (weekends) (2015)
  • 65 Hilliard - Franklin (early 2000s, operated as 65X/65F until 1999)
  • 68 Bagley (2016. Merged with the 86)
  • 69 Franklin (discontinued in April 1998)
  • 70 Bunts/West 150th (2010)
  • 72 East Clark[11]
  • 73 Detroit Express (express of the 26 Detroit)[12]
  • 73 East 222nd-Highland (1997)
  • 74 Fairfield
  • 75 Fulton Express (express of the 24 Fulton)[13]
  • 75X North Olmsted (replaced by 75 Lorain after NOMBL merged with RTA in 2005)
  • 75F North Olmsted (2006, operated by NOMBL)
  • 76F Turney Flyer (2010)
  • 77 Triskett[14]
  • 79X/F Fulton Express/Flyer (79F eliminated in 1990s, 79X combined into current 79)
  • 80 Warren[15]
  • 82 West 117th-Memphis (replaced by route 50 in April 1998)
  • 84 West 14th (replaced by route 807 in April 1998)
  • 85X Lorain Express
  • 86F Berea-Olmstead Falls (low ridership)
  • 87 Westwood (Replaced 87F in 2006, no longer serving Downtown and ending at West park rapid, eliminated 2009)
  • 87F Westwood (2006, operated by NOMBL)
  • 87X Westwood-Lorain (eliminated 1990s, operated by NOMBL)
  • 88 Broadway-Northfield (2010)
  • 88X Broadway-Northfield (2008; changed to 88 Broadway-Northfield) (formerly Broadway-East 135th)
  • 89 Usher (operated under NOMBL, eliminated in early 1990s)
  • 89 Southwest Crosstown (Created in 1996; eliminated in 2001. Trips between great northern Mall and Drake/Howe loop, operated by NOMBL)
  • 90X Broadway-Libby (replaced by 90F. Only serves Broadway south of Union Street in Bedford)
  • 91 Warrensville-Dunham 91X Dunham (1999)
  • 92 Bartlett
  • 93 Broadway Shuttle (1999)
  • 96 Butternut (Replaced 96F in 2006 and no longer served Downtown, would end at Triskett Rapid, eliminated 2009)
  • 96F Butternut-Hilliard (2006, operated by NOMBL)
  • 96X Butternut-Lorain (eliminated 1990s, operated by NOMBL)
  • 97 Broadway-Northfield (2004)
  • 97X/97F Boradway-Northfield (2001, replaced by 97)
  • 98 Brookpark Road (replaced by current 54 route)
  • 135 Broadview-North Royalton (now 53F)
  • 145 York Flyer (2010)
  • 145Y/R York Flyer (Y variant York, R variant Ridge, 145R eliminated in 2008, 145Y became 145)
  • 147 Center City Loop (split from the 47; merged back into the 47 in 2006)
  • 151 West 130th (1998)
  • 239 Euclid Park-N-Ride (2016; replaced by the 39)
  • 247 Outer Loop (split from the 47; merged back into the 47 in 2006)
  • 326 (or 3/26) Detroit-Superior (Merged from 3 Superior and 26 Detroit in 1992; resplit into two routes in 2007)
  • 351 Olde York Flyer (1998)
  • 441 Geauga Lake (2007)
  • 451 Strongsville Park-N-Ride - Brunswick (2015; now 251)
  • 620 West 25th-Detroit (1996)
  • 701 St. Edward High School (2007)
  • 702 John Marshall High School (2010)
  • 703 School of the Arts (Cleveland Municipal Schools) (2007)
  • 704 St. Joseph Academy (2008)
  • 721 Regina High School (2005)
  • 722 Cleveland Heights High School (2010)
  • 723 East Clark at Margaret Spellacy Middle School (Cleveland Municipal Schools) (2007)
  • 724 Euclid High School (2007)
  • 741 Holy Name High School (2006)
  • 742 Bay High School (2010)
  • 743 St. Ignatius High School (2008)
  • 744 Lutheran West/Magnificat/St. Joseph Academy (2007)
  • 745 J.F.K. High School (2006)
  • 751 North Olmsted High School - Stearns/Porter (2016)
  • 752 North Olmsted High School - Columbia/Clague (2016)
  • 761 Maple Heights High School - Dunham
  • 762 Maple Heights High School - via Raymond (2010)
  • 765 Stafford School (2008)
  • 781 North Olmsted High School - County Line (2010)
  • 782 North Olmsted High School - Dover (2010)
  • 783 North Olmsted High School - Westwood (2010)
  • 784 North Olmsted High School - Country Club (2010)
  • 785 North Olmsted High School - Columbia (2010)
  • 791 St. Edward High School (2010)
  • 792 St. Ignatius High School/St. Joseph Academy (2010)
  • 801 Lee Harvard Community Circulator (2009)
  • 802 Southeast Community Circulator (2009)
  • 803 St. Clair-Hough Community Circulator (2009)
  • 804 Lakewood Community Circulator (2009)
  • 805 Slavic Village Community Circulator (2009)
  • 806 Euclid Community Circulator (2009)
  • 807 Tremont Community Circulator (2009)
  • 808 West Shore Community Circulator (2009)
  • 809 Kamm's-Puritas Community Circulator (2009)
  • 820 St. Clair-Five Points Community Circulator (2009)
  • 821 University Circle/Heights Area Community Circulator (2009)
  • 822 Southwest Circulator (2009)
  • 823 Coventry-Shaker Square Community Circulator (2007)

See also[edit]

  • Red Line (Cleveland)
  • Blue Line (Cleveland)
  • Green Line (Cleveland)
  • Waterfront Line

References[edit]

  1. "Timetables, Maps & Schedules". Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority. Retrieved 2011-01-02.
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20121112000208/http://www.riderta.com:80/schedules/. Archived from the original on 2012-11-12. Missing or empty |title= (help)
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