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The Central Ohio Transit Authority Will Expand Routes.
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As more Central Ohioans park their cars for their daily commute, The Central Ohio Transit Authority reports more riders. In response, COTA will increase the number of buses on the city’s busiest routes and work with employers to deliver workers. COTA is riding the wave of double-digit increases in ridership resulting from high fuel costs. COTA spokesman Dan Liggett tells WOSU’s Christina Morgan, buses don’t have comment cards on them, but COTA wants to hear what riders have to say about their service .
Dan Liggett is a spokesman for teh Central Ohio Transit Authority. He talked to WOSU’s Christina Morgan.