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Cincinnati Metro CEO receives COMTO leadership award

Management & Operations| August 2, 2016

The Thomas G. Neusom Founders' Leadership Award is the highest honor bestowed by COMTO.

APTA recognizes TheRide, Calif.'s VTA for sustainability accomplishments

Sustainability| July 25, 2016

First started in 2009, 133 public transit agencies and businesses have signed on to the APTA Sustainability Commitment. Currently, 38 signatories have received recognition.

Sustainability| April 26, 2016

Cincinnati Metro marks one-year sustainability anniversary

Several of Metro’s employees were to participate in a two-year FTA training program designed to provide transit organizations with tools to help them manage their environmental impact.

Mobility| March 30, 2016

Cincinnati's SORTA, Uber launch partnership to expand bus ridership

As part of the exclusive partnership, customers will begin seeing interior transit cards on buses advertising a unique code for a free ride on Uber for first-time users.

Bus| March 10, 2016

SORTA conducts public opinion survey

The phone survey was related to expanded public transportation services in Greater Cincinatti.

Rail| November 11, 2015

Cincinnati begins live streetcar track testing

While officials considered Tuesday's test successful, there were two instances of possibly blown gaskets that will require adjustment in the electrical delivery system. Testing will continue this week.

Management & Operations| November 6, 2015

Claflin named Transdev GM for Cincinnati Streetcar Project

With 37 years of public transportation experience, he has previously served in senior management positions for several high-profile rail projects including Denver RTD, Houston Metro and TriMet.

Rail| October 14, 2015

Cincinnati streetcar set to complete rail installation

Streetcar testing is set to start in November, with revenue operations scheduled to begin by Sept. 15, 2016.

Rail| September 16, 2015

Cincinnati unclear if streetcar manufacturer will pay fines

CAF USA previously informed the city it will not meet the original deadline, and now plans to deliver the first of five streetcar vehicles on Oct. 30, 43 days late. Under the contract, that would mean CAF USA would be expected to pay $43,000 in fines to the city.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2015

Rowland to serve as Cincinatti Metro interim COO

Carlos Rowland will be responsible for overseeing Metro’s fixed-route and Access’ paratransit bus operations, fleet maintenance and facilities, which employ nearly 700 employees.

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