The woman charged with disorderly conduct in the RTA uppercut incident that went viral was sentenced Tuesday.
CLEVELAND - Some Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority riders will see changes made to bus route schedules starting Sunday.
RTA officials said 23 bus routes will be affected with changes of consolidating buses, extending daytime trip hours and etc. The change is a part of the fall quarterly service adjustments.
"We are increasing the frequency of service to some routes due to more ridership," said an RTA official. "There will also be better transfers at Windermere and West Park Rapid stations."
The next service adjustments will be made in December for the winter.
Click here for a look at the RTA fall bus route changes.
The RTA driver involved in an altercation on his bus was sentenced Tuesday.
RTA police are investigating the assault on an off-duty bus driver on Thursday.
The woman charged with disorderly conduct in the RTA uppercut incident that went viral was found guilty after changing her plea Tuesday morning.
The infamous RTA uppercut assault is back in the headlines Tuesday as rider Shidea Lane enters a plea change in Shaker Heights Municipal Court.
Shidea Lane, the female passenger in the RTA assault case, had a court appearance scheduled for Thursday morning continued to a later date.
The RTA bus driver caught on video punching a female bus passenger has changed his plea.
As part of a move to increase safety on RTA buses and trains, a Cleveland city councilman will ask RTA's general manager to allow police officers to ride the transit lines for free.
Cleveland City Council will introduce a bill that deals with penalties for misconduct on RTA buses.
The Cleveland RTA union voted in favor of arbitration for the bus driver who was fired after being caught on video punching a rider.