Transit Partnerships

Ride Metro in conjunction with our transit partners for a easy, car-free way to get to your destination.

Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) serves Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties, as well as downtown Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Bell Connector is Cincinnati's newest transit option. The streetcar opened Sept. 9 and is a 3.6 mile loop connecting the The Banks, Downtown and Over-the-Rhine.
Clermont Transportation Connection is the primary public transportation provider in Clermont County. Founded in 1977, CTC offers three fixed routes in addition to its Dial-A-Ride services.
Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) serves more than 165 trips per day, primarily through "on-demand" curb-to-curb and flexible fixed route shuttle services throughout Butler County.
Cincy Red Bike is a next generation, bike-sharing program. 
Uber is a technology platform that connects riders to drivers through an app.
Transit Friendly Destinations



MISSION: To promote transit ridership among businesses, schools and universities, agencies and other organizations in the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati region and to recognize those who support public transit.

GOALS: 

    • Build public awareness among the workforce and students about the benefits of using public transit.
    • Provide “hands-on” tools for business leaders and school administrators to champion transit ridership.
    • Educate the workforce and students in the Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati region about public transit.
    • Increase the number of people who choose public transit as a transportation option.

 

2015-2016 Transit Friendly Destinations:
Diamond Level
     
Gold Level
           
Silver Level
                     
Bronze Level