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This was what I was referring to: http://www.cleveland19.com/story/34477519/federal-agency-says-rta-to-pay-the-12m"The federal agency told the GCRTA since buses canít go through Public Square, GCRTA is in breach of the grant agreement for the entire Euclid Corridor project. GCRTA received more than $140 million in federal funds for that project. The FTA said because public transportation canít go through Public Square the federal agency could demand repayment of the entire grant but instead chose to fine the agency $12 million."Is that entirely accurate?
From the Plain Dealer:"A letter from RTA to the federal government indicates that Public Square eventually will reopen to buses, but the city of Cleveland has not yet agreed to the return.The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is asking the federal government for more time to reopen the square while it works with the city on lingering safety and security issues."Link to article.
Link is not working for me. Just like the excuse of "lingering safety and security issues."
Who has the authority, RTA Police or Cleveland Police, to reopen the square?
^City owned right of way and land, so have to think it's all the city.