ⓘ Central Ohio Transit Authority

                                     

ⓘ Central Ohio Transit Authority

The Central Ohio Transit Authority is a public transit agency serving the Columbus metropolitan area, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. It operates fixed-route buses, bus rapid transit, and paratransit, supplemented by vanpool and rideshare programs offered by other entities.

Administrative offices cotas is located in downtown Columbus. It is managed by President and CEO Joann Pinkerton, along with 13-member Board of Trustees. Cat is funded by a permanent tax of 0.25%, and another 10-year tax of 0.25%.

                                     
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