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Traffic is guaranteed on Opening Day, Monday, March 31, but Metro provides a convenient alternative to fighting the crowds. Downtown detours for the parade are now listed online.
Metro is not providing special service for Riverfest 2013. On Sept. 1, regular Metro Sunday service will operate to and from downtown, serving many communities. Several detours will be in effect.
Brandi M. Stewart, an attorney at Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL (KMK), was named to the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority’s board of trustees on Dec. 18, 2012.
Metro and Access buses will operate on a holiday/Sunday schedule on Christmas Day, Tuesday, Dec. 25, and New Year's Day, Tuesday, Jan. 1. Learn more about the Sales Office holiday hours.
Timothy “TJ” Thorn was recently promoted to Director of Transit Operations, and Shawn Donaghy was promoted to Assistant Director of Transit Operations.
For decades, tokens have been used to pay bus fare in Cincinnati. But the era of the token is coming to an end, as Metro sells its last bus tokens on Monday, Dec. 31, 2012.
Metro’s winter service changes will take effect Sunday, Dec. 2.
Metro buses will operate on a holiday schedule on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 22. Access, Metro’s specialized service for people with disabilities, will also operate on a holiday schedule.
Since early this year, Metro has been working on the development of a short-term and long-term transit improvement plan.
Metro buses will operate on a regular Sunday schedule for Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, and will also operate on a regular schedule on Monday, Nov. 12.
This month, the Federal Transit Administration awarded Metro a clean Triennial Review with no deficiencies and no recommendations for improvement, a rare achievement in the transit industry.
Today, Metro unveiled plans for an Uptown Transit District that will be built in 2013 to better serve the thousands of people riding Metro to and from Uptown every day.
Metro has partnered with the City of Cincinnati’s Office of Environmental Quality and Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District to reward residents with free Metro passes when they recycle.
Cincinnati Metro received first-place honors in the 2012 AdWheel Awards, presented by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).
Metro and TANK are making it easier for college students to get to class by forging partnerships with local universities and colleges.