Cincinnati Streetcar to Mark 2nd Anniversary

The second anniversary of the Cincinnati Bell Connector street car will be observed on Sept. 9.

The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority said that through mid-August the 3.6-mile streetcar system had provided 1,221,606 trips since it began service.

“We’ve seen an increase in ridership during the weekday peak periods as service reliability and on-time performance has improved,” said SORTA spokeswoman Brandy Jones. “Weekends and special events continue to yield high ridership as well.”

The system, which is operated by Transdev, charges $1 for a two-hour pass and $2 for an all day pass.

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