In 2016...
  • Received Metro Future's Task Force's recommendations for improved transit
  • Launched Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar on time and on budget using no Metro money.
  • Developed comprehensive strategic plan for 2017-2021; 20 million rides by 2021
  • Introduced Cincy EZRide app for smartphone fare payment
  • Added 22 new commuter buses to improve long-distance express routes. 

If we get additional funding...
  • New Routes - more crosstown service and new service in suburban communities such as Blue Ash, Forest Park and Sharonville 
  • Faster Service - new Metro*Plus-style routes along Reading Road, Glenway Avenue and Hamilton Avenue, and direct express routes to Uptown 
  • Better Connections - neighborhood circulators connecting residential, job and shopping locations across Hamilton County; more frequent service; and more weekend, late night and early morning service
  • More amenities - transit centers in North College Hill, Tri-County and Kenwood; more suburban park & rides; smaller vehicles serving areas not suitable for 40-foot buses
  • Greater access to jobs, school, shopping and medical appointments, improving the regional economy and our quality of life 

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