The heroic actions of Metro bus operator Clay Chinn might have saved residents of an apartment building in East Price Hill that caught fire July 31.
Business owners will learn how to do business with Metro by attending its free vendor workshops this fall.
Mostly small changes on many schedules, including: Rts. 4, 6, 11, 14X, 17, 19, 20, 21, 24, 27, 31, 32, 33, 43WH, 46, 68, 72, 78 and Metro*Plus (Rt. 90) starting on Aug. 24.
Passes & Fares
With Metro's 30-day rolling passes and new stored-value cards, it's never been easier to go Metro.
All Metro 30-day rolling passes and stored-value cards are available 24 hours a day at Metro's new Ticket Vending Machine in Government Square.
You can also purchase Metro's 30-day pass or stored-value cards online, at retail locations, Metro's Sales Office, and at Ticket Vending Machines. Visit our Where To Buy page for more information.
Visit Metro's Fare Information page for more details on ways to pay your fare.
Submit an online application and learn more about starting an exciting career with Metro.
Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the previous edition Fare Deal card with the magnetic stripe is no longer accepted by Metro’s fareboxes regardless of the expiration date printed on the swipe card. You must have a valid Fare Deal “tap and show” smart card to ride for a reduced fare. Visit our Fare Deal page for more information.
New Rider Info
Save money and go green. Riding Metro is as easy as 1-2-3! Learn everything you need to know about riding Metro on our How to Ride or Popular Destinations pages.