With less waiting, extended hours and shorter trip times along with Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), we can ensure Greater Cincinnati has a modern, efficient transit system that drives the region forward while attracting jobs and talent to our communities.
Improved connections with crosstown routes and potential BRT lines.
Service every 15 minutes or better on major routes.
24-hour service on six major corridors.
Real-time signs, improved apps, more shelters, Wi-Fi and charging ports.
Metro is currently funded by 3/10 of a penny of the city's earnings tax, however the effects of the 2008 financial crisis, disinvestment and the rising cost of maintaining an aging fleet have put a strain on Metro’s service. At the same time, the region has seen a growth in jobs outside the urban core, jobs that have been difficult for Metro to serve. To provide improved access to the places riders need to be, and to make our region competitive for jobs and talent, we must reinvent Metro.Read More
With improved funding, Metro will bring to life its Reinventing Metro Plan, offering the Greater Cincinnati region bold, new transit innovations that better connect our community to jobs, school, health care and play. To accomplish this, Hamilton County voters approved a sales tax levy of 0.8 percent. This will ensure Metro is able to provide the level of service our community needs. Take a look at our plan to bring improved transit options to Cincinnati.Read more