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Jill Dunne, Metro’s Public Affairs Manager, was named to Mass Transit Magazine’s 40 Under 40 list.

Want to be a Metro bus operator? Attend Metro’s free Operator Information and Testing Session on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

Metro’s operations team will test drive the Proterra electric, zero-emission bus on Sept. 18, 2012.

Business owners who want to work with SORTA can learn more at a free Check Ohio First webinar on Sept. 12 at 10:30 a.m.

Terry Garcia Crews, CEO and General Manager of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, was recently named to Leadership Cincinnati Class 36.

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced that Metro will receive $2.5 million through a State of Good Repair grant.

On Saturday, July 14, Metro will increase its World Choir Games downtown circulator shuttle service due to anticipated high demand for service.

It's too hot to walk! World Choir Games attendees and volunteers are encouraged to ride Metro for an easy and air conditioned trip to the performance venues.

Metro is partnering with Learning Through Art, Inc. to provide reduced fare on the Rt. 1 – The One for Fun for the Macy’s Kids, Cultures, Critters and Crafts Festival at the Cincinnati Zoo on Wednesday, July 18.

Beginning June 29 at 10 a.m., customers at Metro’s Government Square transit center downtown will be able to simply look at new real-time information boards to know exactly when their buses will leave Government Square.

Metro’s buses had more passengers on Monday, June 25, thanks to 1,000 City of Cincinnati employees who chose to ride Metro as part of a special “City Employee Free Ride Day.”

Metro and Access buses will operate on a holiday schedule on Wednesday, July 4, in observation of the Independence Day holiday. Metro's Downtown Shuttle for the  World Choir Games starts on July 4.

Paul Grether has been named Rail Manager for Metro. In this role, he will manage Metro’s involvement in the Cincinnati Streetcar project.

Metro and the Sierra Club are spreading the word about the benefits of riding public transportation in honor of Dump the Pump Day 2012.

The Ohio Department of Transportation has awarded more than $1.6 million for Metro to purchase five "mini-hybrid" buses.

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    • @srembacz Again we do apologize, we heard back from our team There was a delay this morning with this route getting out of the garage.