Voter Ready with TARTA Kicks Off to Provide Transportation
Options for Early Voting and on Election Day
The Toledo Area Regional
Transit Authority (TARTA) and Toledo Area Regional
Paratransit Service (TARPS) are connecting northwest Ohio
residents to voter resources and transportation options this
Due to the COVID-19
pandemic, TARTA and TARPS understand that residents will
need to plan ahead to participate in early voting and
Election Day on Nov. 3. Therefore, both transit services are
ready to assist riders with getting to the polls in the
• Information about
TARTA’s 16 fixed-route bus lines and Call-A-Ride
door-to-door service are available at www.tarta.com or by
calling the Rider Information Line at 419- 243-7433 (RIDE).
Routes and schedules are also available on mobile trip
planners such as Google Maps, Passio Go! And Transit app.
• For residents eligible
to use TARPS due to a physical disability, they may call
419-382- 9901 to make a reservation to their voting
• Riders with specialized
mobility needs should contact TARTA’s Mobility Management
program at 419-725-5281. TARTA also offers complimentary
travel training to assist riders with becoming more familiar
with using the fixed-route bus system. Details are available
• TARTA and TARPS services
are currently free and not collecting fares. This will
continue through Election Day on Nov. 3.
• Additional voter
resources and polling locations are available on TARTA’s
website at www.tarta.com.