Laketran hosts “Dump The Pump” Day

With the fluctuation of summer gas prices and need to weaken our dependence of foreign oil, Laketran is holding its 15th Annual Dump the Pump Day on Thursday, August 1. The local Dump the Pump event will be held at City of Painesville’s Veterans Park alongside the Painesville Farmers Market. Laketran, in partnership with the […]

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Bus riders have a new way to pay fares with EZfare app

Fewer people carry cash these days, which can be a barrier if you need to catch a bus and are expected to have exact change. Starting today, Laketran riders can use their smartphones to pay for their bus fare by downloading the EZfare app. EZfare lets riders purchase bus passes on their smartphone and then […]

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Free rides for National Bike to Work Day Friday, May 17

Laketran encourages multi-modal commuting offering free rides for National Bike to Work Day Friday, May 17 Lake County, OH — On Friday, May 17, 2019, Laketran will be offering free rides to passengers who ride their bike to the bus stop as part of National Bike to Work Day. In an effort to encourage healthy […]

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Laketran rider, police remind drivers of crosswalk safety

By Tyler Rigg | The News-Herald | Saturday, May 4, 2019 After a recent incident at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Robinhood Drive, a Willoughby man is reminding fellow residents of the importance of crosswalk safety. Through social media, resident Terry McCann, who is blind, highlighted that drivers should be cautious when turning through […]

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NOACA awards $100,000 planning grant for Vine Street Corridor

Kristi Garabrandt – The News-Herald The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Association has awarded a $100,000 Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative Grant to Laketran to be used for the planning of the Vine Street Corridor. The grant was announced recently by Mayors Dennis Morley of Eastlake, Rich Regovich of Willowick and Bob Fiala of Willoughby along with Laketran CEO Ben Capelle. […]

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