Metro Connects Employees to Jobs at Fifth Third Bank Madisonville Campus

In partnership with Fifth Third Bank, Metro will continue to offer Rt. 11 service to connect workers to Fifth Third Bank’s George A. Schaefer, Jr. Operations Center and Madisonville Office Building near Red Bank Road.

CINCINNATI – In partnership with Fifth Third Bank, Metro will continue to offer Rt. 11 Madison Road-Oakley service to connect workers to Fifth Third Bank’s George A. Schaefer, Jr. Operations Center and Madisonville Office Building near Red Bank Road.

Metro’s Rt. 11 Madison Road-Oakley serves Walnut Hills, Hyde Park, Oakley and Madisonville. On selected weekday trips, Rt. 11 leaves its regular route to loop back to serve Fifth Third Bank’s Madisonville campus. Approximately 4,000 Fifth Third employees work on the campus.

“Metro connects people to jobs, and about half of all Metro rides are work-related,” said Metro Executive Director of Development Darryl Haley. “Fifth Third has been a great partner since 2004, making it easier for their employees to get to work on Metro.”

“We are pleased to work with Metro to continue providing this convenient transportation option to employees on our Madisonville campus,” said Tim Tierney, senior vice president, Central Operations for Fifth Third Bank. 

Rt. 11 (including the Fifth Third extension) is open to the public; fare is $1.75 one-way and Metro passes are accepted on all trips.

Metro is a non-profit, tax-funded public service of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, providing about 17 million rides per year.

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