Cincinnati Bell Connector To Operate Late

For Sept. 29 Bengals GameCINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Bell Connector will operate late after the Sept. 29 Bengals game to accommodate fans who ride the streetcar. An additional streetcar will be used, and service will operate past midnight as long as there are fans to be transported. All service will end by 2 a.m. The City’s Town Center Garage located at 1251 Central Parkway is offering $10 parking on game days. The first 100 Bengals ticket holders to park for Thursday’s game will get free parking and up to four all-day Cincinnati Bell Connector passes. Riders are encouraged to skip the lines at the ticket vending machines and download the new Cincy EZRide app for easy fare payment on their smartphones. Remember to activate passes when ready to ride by pressing the “use ticket now” button in the app. Four ticket vending machines are experiencing credit card issues. Please prepare to use cash at these stations: 12th and Vine, Wade and Elm (Brewery District) , Liberty and Race, and Elder and Race. For more information about the Cincinnati Bell Connector, visit and connect with the streetcar on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. About The Cincinnati Bell Connector Recently renamed the Cincinnati Bell Connector, the streetcar is intended to expand transportation options, stimulate development, and enhance livability by connecting downtown, the riverfront and Over-the-Rhine. It is owned and funded by the City of Cincinnati, managed by the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, and operated by Transdev.

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