Metro Winter Service Change Begins Sunday, Dec. 6

Metro’s regular winter service changes will go into effect on Sunday, December 6. CINCINNATI – Metro’s regular winter service changes will go into effect on Sunday, December 6. The following routes will have new schedules with changes. All are minor service adjustments (link to new schedule in blue): Rt. 2X Madeira-Kenwood Express Rt. 16 Mt. Healthy Rt. 17 Seven Hills/Mt. Healthy/ Mt. Airy/Northgate Rt. 21 Harrison Ave. Rt. 24 Mt. Washington-Uptown Rt. 25X Mt. Lookout Express Rt. 27 Northside-Casey Rt. 32 Price Hill-Glenway Crossing-Delhi Rt. 38X Glenway Crossing-Uptown Express Rt. 41 Glenway Crossing-Oakley Crosstown Rt. 43 Reading Rd. Rt. 43 Winton Hills Rt. 43 Bond Hill Rt. 46 Avondale-Corryville-Zoo Rt. 64 Glenway Crossing-Westwood Rt. 71X Kings Island Express/Job Connection Rt. 78 Tri-County-Lincoln Heights Metro*Plus Rt. 32 Price Hill-Glenway Crossing- Delhi: Effective Dec. 6, the Rt. 32 will no longer operate on Highview Drive, Beechmeadow Lane and Cleves Warsaw Pike. This change will only affect the Covedale trips on Rt. 32 (the Glenway Crossing-Price Hill-Matson Loop trips). The routing of the Delhi trips on Rt. 32 Delhi-Price Hill will not be changed. Rt. 71X Kings Island Express/Job Connection: Effective Dec. 7, the morning Fields Ertel express trips will begin at Fields Ertel & Royal Point Drive, then travel to the Meijer Park & Ride via Montgomery Rd. and Columbia Rd. to the Kings Island Park & Ride before entering onto I-71 S at the Western Row entrance. The Rt. 71X Kings Island Express trips that do not currently serve the Meijer Park & Ride will not be affected. Updated Schedules are now available at and will soon be available by mail and in the Mercantile Building, 120 E. Fourth Street, across from Government Square, weekdays, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. For additional information, call Metro at 621-4455, weekdays 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Download the free Bus Detective or Transit App available on smartphones and tablets to get real-time bus arrival info in the palm of your hand. Metro is a non-profit, tax-funded public service of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, providing about 17 million rides per year. # # #

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