Posted on: January 18, 2018

RTA route and fare changes to affect Miami Township

The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA) recently announced route changes and fare increases, effective February 18, 2018, that will affect riders in Miami Township. RTA officials say the cuts are necessary to offset the impending loss of $4.6 million in revenue this year and beyond.

            Most notably for our township is the elimination of Route 61. The current bus stop along Miami Village Drive, east of Route 741, will be replaced with two stops at the intersection. The northbound stop will be located on 741 near the Universal 1 Credit Union. It will be serviced by routes 60 and X5. The southbound stop will sit near MetLife and will be serviced by Route 60.

In addition, routes 23 and 60 will longer have Saturday and Sunday service, and all Saturday and Sunday northbound trips onboard Route X5 will now service Austin Landing. Please visit the RTA online for more information about pickup times and location changes. Cash fares will increase to $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for seniors and the disabled. For more on changes to bus passes, visit the RTA online.


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