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Metro to Hold Community Outreach Sessions to Discuss Future of System
Apr. 26, 2017: Metro is holding ten community outreach sessions throughout Hamilton County to get public feedback on its proposed service improvement plans for the region’s bus system. More

S.O.R.T.A. Board Holds Evening Meeting to Discuss Plans 
Apr. 20, 2017: To be even more accessible to the public, the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority will hold a special evening board meeting on Tuesday, April 25 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Community Action Agency (1740 Langdon Farm Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45237) and is open to the public. More

$3 Million Budget Deficit Projected For 2018
Mar. 20, 2017: SORTA to ask City to use Transit Fund reserve funds and in process of joining Ohio Checkbook online. More

Metro CEO to Host Coffee Chats
Feb. 6, 2017: Community invited to talk transit at area coffee shops with Metro CEO Dwight A. Ferrell. More

Metro Awards Contract to Build New Oakley Transit Center
Jan. 17, 2017: Project to offer riders improved connections, convenience and amenities. More

Report Shows Service Options to Reinvent Metro
Jan. 16, 2017: The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority board received a report from consultant AECOM, illustrating options if additional funding were available for service in Hamilton County. Three options were presented for a 10-year period, assuming Hamilton County sales tax funding of ½-cent, ¾-cent and 1-cent. More

Metro CEO Dwight Ferrell Gets Onboard To Find Out What Customers Really Want
Dec. 7, 2016: Want to know what your customers want? Ask them. That’s just what Metro CEO Dwight A. Ferrell is doing by getting onboard to talk face-to-face with customers in hopes of finding out how to improve their experience riding Metro. More

Metro to Roll Out New Commuter-Style Buses
Nov. 30, 2016: New buses will be equipped with customer focused amenities such as charging ports and reclining seats. More

Metro Takes Annual Meeting On The Road
Nov. 29, 2016: This State of Metro outreach is being implemented instead of a traditional annual meeting, resulting in a broader group of community members learning about the organization’s state of affairs. More

2017 Budget: Tough Year For S.O.R.T.A.
Nov. 14, 2016: Budget balanced next year with one-time fixes; deficit looms for 2018. Outreach begins as SORTA considers plans for the future. More