Metro spring service changes in effect
3/13/2014, 3:51 p.m.
Metro’s spring service changes will take effect on Sunday, March 2. Some of the changes are being made as part of the go*Forward transit plan announced in 2013, with new connections to jobs and job training, shopping, and human services.
New service to Evendale and Woodlawn: Metro’s Rt. 43 will be extended to serve Evendale and Woodlawn, providing new weekday access to Cincinnati State Workforce Development Center, Brown Mackie College, Formica Corporation, Walmart, and Menards. The route also will serve the Social Security Administration office, St. Rita School for the Deaf, and Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services’ Thomas H. Kidd Adult Center.
New jobs service to U.S. Bank Operations Center: Metro’s Rt. 24 will now offer limited service to the U.S. Bank Lunken Operations Center on Wooster Pike. U.S. Bank partnered with Metro to provide this new transit connection for their employees.
Schedules are now available at http://www.go-metro.com//Maps-and-Schedules, and will soon be available by mail and in the Mercantile Building, 120 E. Fourth Street. Call Metro at 513-621-4455, weekdays 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.