Zoom to Red, White and BOOM! on COTA

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COLUMBUS, Ohio— The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) will provide expanded public transportation to Red, White & BOOM! on Tues., July 3 with express service from Park & Rides, local service and extended CBUS® service.

Express service to Downtown from select Park & Ride locations will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. Before the fireworks, there will be an improved frequency of service traveling Downtown on most local service until approximately 9 p.m.

After the fireworks, buses will leave Downtown from designated Red, White & BOOM! boarding zones at approximately 10:45 p.m., 11:30 p.m. and midnight. Boarding zones will be posted in downtown High Street bus shelters. Riders can also look for COTA employees wearing white “ZOOM to BOOM” t-shirts.

COTA riders can attend Ballpark BOOM at Huntington Park for free by showing a valid COTA Park & Ride wristband, valid COTA Pass, C-pass credential, BuckID or CCAD ID!

COTA’s customer service call center will offer extended hours on July 3 from 6 a.m.-midnight, to assist customers with their transportation needs. To reach Customer Service, call (614) 228-1776. For more information about Red, White & BOOM! service, visit COTA.com/BOOM. For more information about Ballpark BOOM at Huntington Park, click here.

Additional Information about COTA Service to Red, White & BOOM!:

CBUS: The CBUS will run until midnight on July 3 to serve passengers attending Red, White, and BOOM!

Local Service
Fares Each Way – Cash Only accepted on the bus:

$2.00–Adults 13 & up
$1.00–Children 48” tall and over and under 13 years of age, and for Senior/Key ID card holdersFREE–ADA ID card holders
FREE–Children up to 48” tall (limit three with adult family member – additional children $1.00 each per trip)

COTA will offer extended, more frequent service on Lines 1, 2, 2L, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 & CMAX.

Park & Ride Service
Round-trip Express Fares – Cash Only accepted on the bus:
$5.50–Adults 13 & up
$2.00– Children 48” tall and over and under 13 years of age, and for Senior/Key ID card holdersFREE – ADA ID card holders
FREE – Children under 48” tall (limit three FREE with adult family member, $2.00 each additional)

North
Crosswoods Park & Ride
7460 Huntington Park Dr., Columbus, OH 43235
At Crosswoods Center NE of 270/N. High St.
Served by Line 41 Crosswoods/Polaris; Local Line 2L N High / Polaris Pkwy
After the show, catch Line 41 on Chestnut between High & 3rd. Catch Line 2L on High at Spring.

Northwest
Worthington Kilbourne High School
1499 Hard Rd., Columbus, OH 43235
Between Linworth & Smoky Row
Served by Line 50 Worthington Kilbourne
After the show, catch Line 50 at N. High & E. Nationwide.

Olentangy/Bethel Park & Ride

4990 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43214
Just south of Bethel
Served by Line 62 Olentangy/Bethel
After the show, catch Line 62 at Spring Street Terminal at W. Spring & Wall.

Northeast
Gahanna Park & Ride
Northwest corner of Agler & Stygler (on Agler), Gahanna, OH 43230Served by Line 46 Gahanna
After the show, catch Line 46 at E. Broad & S. 3rd.

Westerville Park & Ride

312 W. Main St., Westerville, OH 43081
East of Cleveland at Collegeview Rd.
Served by Line 43 Westerville
After the show, catch Line 43 on Chestnut between High & 3rd.

East/Southeast
Reynoldsburg Park & Ride
2100 Birchview Dr., Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Near Birchview Dr. & Eastgreen Blvd.
Served by Line 51 Reynoldsburg; Local Line 1 Kenny / Livingston
After the show, catch Line 51 at S. High & W. State across the street from the Statehouse. Catch Line 1 at Broad and High in front of COTA’s Administrative Office.

West/Southwest
Grove City Park & Ride
2321 Old Stringtown Rd., Grove City, OH 43123
Southwest corner of Stringtown & Parkmead Dr.
Served by Line 61 Grove City; Local Line 3 Northwest / Harrisburg
After the show, catch Line 61 at S. High & W. State streets across the street from the Statehouse. CatchLine 3 at Broad and High in front of COTA’s Administrative Office.

 

The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) is the regional public transit provider for Greater Columbus and central Ohio. With a service area of 1.2 million residents, COTA provides more than 18 million passenger trips per year, and employs more than 1,000 people. COTA operates throughout Franklin County, and parts of Delaware, Fairfield, Licking and Union counties. For more information about COTA, visit COTA.com or call (614) 228-1776.

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