Laketran News

Commuter Transit Benefits Increased to $230 per Month

Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the monthly tax exclusion for employer-provided commuter highway vehicle transportation and transit pass benefits increased to $230, effective from March through December 2009.   Employees may exclude from income $230 per month in transit benefits and $230 per month in parking benefits –– up to a maximum […]

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Petition and Postcards Needed

Laketran is asking all citizens who are participating in writing letters, mailing postcards or signing petitions to our Ohio legislators to complete them and mail them by Friday, April 24. For more information on this advocacy action, please call Jessie Baginski 440-350-1008 or email Complete information for advocacy materials can be found at

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LEGAL NOTICE- Public Hearings

Published: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARINGS Due to the proposed continuing reduction in state operating assistance funding and slumping local sales tax LAKETRAN, the public transit authority for Lake County, will hold four public hearings to describe and receive input on a proposal for service reduction/eliminations effective July 1, 2009 and to […]

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GreenPerks Program is Local Economic Driver

Published: Friday, February 06, 2009 Laketran’s GreenPerks Program is Local Economic Driver Laketran is introducing a new economic growth program called GreenPerks, designed to generate new foot traffic for local retailers located along the transit agency’s fixed routes. The program is simple and a win-win for retailers and citizens. Riders who purchase an 11-Ride ticket […]

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Perfect Triennial Audit from Federal Transit Administration

Laketran has received a certificate of achievement from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for its Triennial Review. Every three years, as required by law, the FTA examines Laketran’s management practices and program implementation compliance in twenty-three different areas. This is the third consecutive triennial review in which there were no findings in all twenty-three areas […]

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