Metro History and Calendar

Learn about Cincinnati's transit history with history panels created by Dan Hurley of the Cincinnati Museum Center. These panels are on display at Metro's Government Square hub on Fifth Street between Walnut and Main streets downtown.

Journey Through History document 1.

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 2015 Calendar Available for Download

Each month, new Metro monthly calendars will be available. Download your favorite by clicking on the image of your choice, below. When the larger image opens, right click with your mouse and select "Set as desktop background."  Be sure to check back each month for the new images.

January 2015

Snow globe
As if a giant had given the world a shake, this bus picks up passengers at Government Square during a snow storm. In it's 40+ year history, Metro has never stopped operating due to weather. When the forecast calls for cold and snow, people you know go Metro.

Metro*Plus a whole lot more
Metro has always been the economical, convenient and safe way to go in all kinds of weather. But with Metro*Plus limited stop service, it's faster, too. Quick, direct service between downtown and Kenwood with stops in Uptown and at Xavier University, Metro*Plus is the only way to go.

Making tracks
This streetcar seems oblivious to the snow as it crosses the bridge over the entrance to Eden Park; that's the Cincinnati Art Museum in the background. The landscape and the modes have changed, but public transit has always been an important safety net in times of inclement weather.




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