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Under amended Substitute House Bill 62, which passed the Ohio House of Representative by a vote of 71 to 27, state funding for Ohio’s 61 urban and rural transit systems will rise to $100 million in each of the next two years.
CANTON Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) will offer free rides on Thursday, Valentine’s Day, as part of its “Show the Love, Share the Love” campaign, which falls under the umbrella of the state’s “Ohio Loves Transit” campaign.
SARTA will continue to transport veterans to medical appointments at the Cleveland VA Medical Center.
The goal for members of Bolton United Methodist Church in Lexington Township was to welcome those who were cold if the need arose.
Stark County Sheriff George Maier and other speakers said the new radio system will allow more seemless communication throughout the county, saving lives.
With temperatures set to drop below zero over the next few days, the City of Alliance has set up safe places to get warm.
CANTON The Homeless Continuum of Care of Stark County will partner with the Stark County Homeless Services Collaborative and ICAN Housing to conduct the annual Point-in-Time Count for the homeless starting Tuesday.
The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority will not pay for buses it contracted to buy until the federal shutdown ends, the agency’s executive director said this week.
(WHBC) – The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority will be starting a pilot project on an Uber-like service using Sarta employees and vehicles.
With the guidance of a consulting agency, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority officials are considering an array of modifications and expansions to their service.
(WHBC) – The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority will unveil its vision for the future of public transit and mobility in the county at a public meeting on Monday.
CANTON The public is invited to attend a meeting outlining the plans for new and revised Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) transit service and programs.
Stark Area Regional Transit Authority’s mission statement is simple enough and decidedly straightforward: to provide safe, responsive and efficient transportation for all citizens of Stark County.
It might seem that, all of a sudden, the whole world, including our community, is talking about “smart” cities.
CANTON The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) will implement changes to Routes 101, 103, 106, 120S, 121 and 139 on Sunday
New schedules and detailed information about the revised routes will be available at SARTA’s four transit centers and www.
More than 25 Christmas trees will be on display as part of the Canton Garden Center’s 29th annual Holly Pine Lane event.
ALLIANCE — When Nancy Yarrow’s son, Harold, fell ill with cancer for the second time in 10 years, Nancy knew that things were different and she needed help.
SARTA bus service has agreed to help during the Greater Alliance Carnation Festival’s Days in the Park.
CANTON The Stark County Chapter of the American Council of the Blind of Ohio has put together a resource booklet to help people losing their vision.
CANTON Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) will host public meetings on Monday to discuss upcoming route changes that will take effect in November.
With a record turnout expected for the upcoming Pro Football Hall of Fame Festival in Canton, some highway access and parking changes for visitors are taking place.
CANTON Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) is seeking community input to help shape its five-year strategic plan by completing an online survey.
CANTON, Ohio (WHBC) – SARTA would like everyone in Stark County to participate in a community survey currently being taken online, even if you don’t use the service.
CANTON The Stark County Minority Business Association will sponsor a procurement workshop in conjunction with the Minority Business Assistance Center of Akron.
Ohio CAN is a four-year-old organization based in North Canton that seeks to combat drug and alcohol addiction.
Although several months behind schedule, stretch between Monument Road and Mercy Drive is expected to reopen by early August
The city is in the final stages of a lengthy upgrade to the street intersecting with Interstate 77 near Mercy Medical Center.
AKRON: The Metro Regional Transit Authority, Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority and Stark Area Regional Transit Authority will again offer free rides on their fixed routes every Friday in July and August.
For the second year, METRO Regional Transit Authority, Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) and Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) will offer free rides on their fixed routes every Friday in July and August.
Allie Jo Studer sustained serious fractures and slight hemorrhaging in the brain after a hit and run accident.
SUMMIT/STARK— METRO, PARTA and SARTA rapid transit authorities (RTAs) are celebrating summer with free rides on line-service routes only on Fridays in July and August.
The stretch between Monument Road and Mercy Drive NW now set to reopen in early August
CANTON It’s now been a year since 12th Street NW closed.
CANTON Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) recently was awarded the Transit and Mobility Award for Demonstrating Leadership in Sustainable Passenger Transport at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo.
A SARTA bus traveled to various businesses and organizations Wednesday to pick up food and funds collected for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank’s annual Harvest for Hunger Campaign.
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Here are some routes that service some of the popular destinations in Stark County.