STREETCAR STATION REPAIRS BEGIN FEB. 12
Minor concrete repairs and ticket vending machine weatherproofing to take place. No more than three stations closed at a time.
Beginning Feb. 12, 2018, the City of Cincinnati and the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority are making minor repairs at streetcar stations related to the concrete and the ticket vending machines.
It is expected that each station repair will take between two and four days to complete, during which time the station will be closed to the public. No more than three of the 18 stations in the system will be affected at any one time.
A list of stations closed for repairs will be updated every day at www.cincinnatibellconnector.com, and on social media with information directing customers to the nearest open station. A sign at the closed station will let customers know that the station is out of service.
While concrete is being repaired at a station, the ticket vending machine will be removed for minor upgrades related to weatherproofing.
It is anticipated that the entire process will take at least four weeks, depending on weather.
Customers are encouraged to download the free Cincy EZRide app, which allows riders to purchase passes from anywhere – day or night, at home or on the way to the stop.
About The Cincinnati Bell Connector
The Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar is owned and funded by the City of Cincinnati, managed by the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, and operated by Transdev.