METRO’S CINCY EZALERTS PROGRAM RECOGNIZED WITH DIGITAL STRATEGY AWARD

Metro has received a national award in recognition of its innovative digital strategy. 
CINCINNATI – Metro has received a national award in recognition of its innovative
digital strategy.

Metro earned the Granicus Digital Strategy Award for its Cincy EZAlerts program,
which makes it easier for riders to plan their trip. Cincy EZAlerts, a web-based
system, notifies bus riders via text or email when their specific route experiences a
service delay or service interruption. Since its launch in mid-2017, more than
28,000 people have subscribed to Cincy EZAlerts.

The Granicus Digital Strategy Award, presented by Granicus, the largest provider
of cloud-based software solutions to government, is given to agencies that have
implemented digital strategies that have demonstrated effective and innovative
ways to streamline processes, transform access to services and improve
experiences for citizens.

Metro was one of 14 state, local and federal agencies that received the Granicus
Digital Strategy Award.

Metro is a non-profit, tax-funded public service of the Southwest Ohio Regional
Transit Authority, providing about 14 million rides per year.

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