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.

July 2014

Neither rain nor sleet...
We may not be the postal service, but we do know a few things about picking up and delivering. This photo shows Buster, Metro's baby bus, in last year's Northside 4th of July Parade. Like Metro service, it takes more than a downpour to keep us from supporting the community. Catch Buster's new baby sister Hydi the Hybrid in the Harvest Home Parade on September 4.

 Declare your independence from driving
4th of July is all about celebrating independence. And while our forefathers were fighting taxation without representation, you can go Metro and strike a blow against high gas prices. So go ahead, take a stand in our seat - your budget will thank you.

 
In the good ole summertime
The annual Cincinnati Street Railway Co. employee picnic must have been quite the affair judging by the way these gentlemen are dressed. This streetcar was carrying the band to the soiree at Reichrath Park in Cumminsville in 1895. 8th Street Division Supervisor William Wallace is at the brakes and to his left is Dan Murnahan.

 

 

 

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