The suburban ranch-style home in Ohio where humor writer Erma Bombeck launched her nationally syndicated column has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority has ratified a contract agreement with its bus drivers, mechanics and maintenance workers that effectively ends a three-day strike.
Five years after a bus crash that killed several Bluffton University baseball team players, new federal legislation will increase safety on motor coaches.
The president of the union representing more than 600 COTA employees says the union is prepared to strike if necessary.
On Wednesday the Central Ohio Transit Authority held a grand opening ceremony for its Mobility Services Facility on Fields Avenue in Columbus. Mobility Services is the part of COTA that provides transportation for disabled riders under the “Mainstream” program. But the addition of a new assessment center has some disabled riders worried.
The discount bus line Megabus says it will soon expand its Columbus service with daily departures to and from Pittsburgh. It’s one more sign that intercity bus transportation in the U.S. is making a comeback.
Thousands of Columbus high school students have a different bus stop this year. The district consolidated bus routes.
An eastern Ohio kindergarten student was killed this morning in a school bus accident.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is preparing for its biggest one-day ridership of the year: shuttling passengers to and from Red White and Boom.
Police say two people were killed when a SUV collided with a school bus this morning in northwest Columbus.
Recent surveys show school districts across the country are feeling the pinch of higher fuel prices. Some are considering a four-day school week while others plan to eliminate field trips to save money. In Central Ohio, districts are trying a variety of approaches to save on fuel.