“Committed to the undertaking of the preservation of the values of the community through promotion, implementation and recommendation to city officials.”
The CAC was empowered in 1974 by the Columbus City Charter to represent the Clintonville community in the discussion of community concerns. By City Code, the purpose of the CAC is to “…afford additional voluntary citizen participation in the decision making in an advisory capacity and to facilitate communications, understanding and cooperation between neighborhood groups, city officials and developers”.
On Monday, May 1, COTA will launch its redesigned bus network. The Transit System Redesign (TSR) is a complete overhaul of the COTA network that will provide simplified routes, increased frequency, connections to more places, reduced bus congestion downtown, and service to more jobs.
In the Documents section in the COTA folder of this website you will find a Fact Sheet about the TSR, as well as a Communications Guide with information you can share with your constituents.
We’re also pleased to share that customers will enjoy free fares on COTA May 1-7, in order to ease the transition for current customers and encourage members of the community to try the new system.
If you have any questions or would like to request additional information, please contact me at (614) 275-5938 orMyersLM@cota.com.
We’re excited to welcome our customers to the new COTA network on May 1!
Public and Media Relations Manager
Central Ohio Transit Authority
William J. Lhota Building
33 N. High St.
Columbus, OH 43215
P (614) 275-5938
C (330) 607-6779
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Each year three of the nine CAC seats come up for election. This year two districts are running unopposed. In District 1, current commissioner David Vottero, In District 9 – BJ White, a first time candidate, is running unopposed. In District 2- First time candidates Matthew Brown and Khera Nemitz are on the ballot.
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A representative from COTA presented information at our April 6 meeting regarding changes in service that are required by the closure of the Indianola bridge over Glen Echo Ravine. He also presented briefly information regarding the system-wide changes in service that will begin May 1. Most of the system-wide changes will not drastically affect Clintonville. In fact, COTA believes all of the changes will be positive changes for folks.
For Clintonville there will be more frequent service in most cases and very minor route changes. Maps of the routes that service Clintonville will be posted in our Document section in a folder titled COTA.
At our meeting on April 6, 2017, Clintonville resident Doug Scholl gave a presentation regarding some actions that NCIL will be taking regarding the baseball diamonds immediately west of the tennis courts at Whetstone Park. These actions are made in cooperation with the City of Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks and are aimed at improving the safety and effective use of those diamonds. NCIL asked for the support of the Clintonville Area Commission. After discussion and public comment, the commission voted to write a letter of support for these actions. You will find a PDF version of the presentation in our documents section on this website under CAC Committee Reports/Minutes.
Click the link “Glen Echo” for 2 page fact sheet on repair of Glen Echo bridge and closure of Indianola Ave. at the bridge location. Link is: Glen Echo