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CMAX

CMAX
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Overview
OperatorCentral Ohio Transit Authority
VehicleGillig BRT Plus, CNG-fueled, 40-ft buses
StatusOperational
Began serviceJanuary 1, 2018 (2018-01-01)
Route
Route typeBus rapid transit
LocaleColumbus, Ohio
Communities servedDowntown Columbus, Milo-Grogan, Linden, Brandywine, Forest Park, Minerva Park, Northern Woods, Westerville
StartE. Mound St. & 4th St.
(Downtown Columbus)
ViaMound St.
High St.
Nationwide Blvd.
Cleveland Ave.
Polaris Pkwy.
EndOhioHealth Westerville Medical Campus
(Westerville)
Length15.6 mi (25.1 km)
Service
Frequency10-15 minutes
(Downtown to Northland Transit Center)
30 minutes
(Northland Transit Center to OhioHealth)
Journey timeAbout 56 minutes
Operates7 days per week
Ridership1,235,000 (2019, Decrease 20.5%)[1]
TimetableCMAX timetable
MapCMAX route map
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CMAX is a bus rapid transit (BRT) service in Central Ohio, operated by the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA). The line begins in Downtown Columbus, traveling northeast to Westerville. CMAX is Central Ohio's first bus rapid transit line.

  1. ^ "COTA Ridership in 2019 Highest in 31 Years". February 19, 2020.