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.

Journey Through History document 2. Journey Through History document 3. Journey Through History document 4. Journey Through History document 5. Journey Through History document 6.

 2014 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.

September 2014

Making tracks II
The equipment, time and place is different, but the idea remains the same. Here, a crew installs curved-track at 12th and Race for the Cincinnati Streetcar, set to begin operation in Sept. 2016.

Making tracks I
Not much is known about streetcar track construction circa 1919. A welding crew pauses long enough for a photo at 8th and State. We know that the crew chief (center) was Tom Gussett and his crew was Matt Budo (left) and Tony Roberto. We also know from records that the rail was called "Trilby rail" and came in three-foot sections weighing 140 pounds each.

In memoriam
It has become a modern touchstone, Sept. 11, 2001. A national tragedy that will be forever burned into our memories. Join Metro as we honor the lives of the lost and the fallen.




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