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Ridership is down because of people sheltering or working at home, but Metro is still running and a spokeswoman says they're cleaning the buses thoroughly.

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The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky is looking at possibly consolidating or cutting a number of routes, a pending decision that has some in the region concerned about how they will get to work or school.

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The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky is looking to make some service corrections. TANK General Manager Andrew Aiello says six local routes and five express routes could be consolidated or eliminated before the end of the year.  Aiello says before anything happens, TANK wants feedback.

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Use your bike to get around the Greater Cincinnati area Friday and your ride on public transit will be gratis

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A ride-hailing company is looking to expand its presence in the area. Uber is launching a partnership with local transit boards to study ways to improve transportation options.


City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati's seeking proposals to create a regional transit mobility app.

City Manager Harry Black announced the idea Wednesday at a Smart Regions Conference at Northern Kentucky University.

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As the number of Boone County manufacturing and distribution centers grows, so do the requests for bus service. The topic came up at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Eggs 'N Issues Tuesday.

Cincinnati's Cycling Community Growing

May 15, 2017
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May is National Bike Month and this week is National Bike to Work Week. With expanding bike trails, bike sharing services, plenty of bike shops and a high rate of bike commuters, the bicycling community in Cincinnati is growing quickly.

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Northern Kentucky seniors who rely on government funded transportation have had to be patient the last few months after one agency ran out of money. Medical appointments are a priority. Shopping trips may have to wait.

Senior Services of Northern Kentucky (SSNK) shut down last October because of financial difficulties. Since then the Northern Kentucky Area Development District has been trying to fill in the gaps.