Cincinnati Metro / Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA)
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Welcome to Metro
We're your public transportation system. Whether you're going to work, school, shopping or a medical appointment, let Metro be your choice for a safe, fast, reliable, clean and on-time trip.
When you go Metro you save - money, stress and our environment. With 23 park and ride lots, routes in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren Counties and routes serving downtown, Clifton/Uptown and all of Cincinnati's neighborhoods, we're sure to have something that meets your commuting needs.
A little something extra
Metro also offers many free programs to make taking the bus easier and more convenient:
- Guaranteed Ride Home for emergencies or overtime
- Shoulder lanes on I-71
- Online and mail-order pass sales
- Service alerts sent via email and text message
- Bike racks on all buses
- All buses are 100% accessible for people with disabilities
- Hybrid buses for an even cleaner commute
Riding Metro is easy:
- Find your route - visit www.go-metro.com or call 621-4455 or type in your starting and ending addresses and Google Transit does the rest.
- Stand at the bus stop and wave as your bus approaches.
- Get on board and pay your fare, then sit back and enjoy the ride.
- About a block before your stop, pull the cord to ring a bell and alert the driver you want to get off.
Metro*Plus limited-stop service
This new service provides a direct connection along Montgomery Road from Kenwood to Xavier to Uptown and downtown (including The Banks) with stops in major neighborhoods in between.
Fewer stops means faster service, with buses running every 15 minutes weekdays 6 a.m.-6 p.m.; every 30 minutes until 10 p.m. Specially branded buses and stops make Metro*Plus easy to ID.
- Save money - up to $9,000 each year v. driving
- Save our air - reduce your carbon output by more than 4,800 pounds a year
- Save stress - read, sleep, catch up on work or just sightsee
- Save time - by the time you park and walk to your building, taking the bus may be just as fast as driving
- Save gas - taking the bus will help increase your SPG (that's smiles per gallon!)
JobsFleet MechanicCategory: Transportation and WarehousingLooking for maintenance individuals who are interested in a career in maintaining Mass Transit vehicles, support equipment and facilities. The preferred applicant will have formal training, experience and good work history. Pay ranges from approximately $13.16/hr for entry level maintenance staff to $27.48/hr for top level technicians. Additional pay opportunity is available for candidates ...read more
ContactHR GeneralistCategory: Transportation and WarehousingPOSITION SUMMARY The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing HR related duties in all or some of the following functional areas: recruitment, onboarding, training, performance management, employee relations, policy implementation and compliance. The HR Generalist supports the goals of the organization and provides the organization with the best people talent available in order ...read more
ContactDana ByrdPhone:(513) 632-7508Purchasing AgentCategory: Transportation and WarehousingPOSITION SUMMARY Solicits, procures and administers contracts for goods and services, including construction. Prepares and issues Requests for Proposals and Invitations for Bids. Receives and evaluates offers. Negotiates proposals and sole source procurements. Prepares contract documents and purchase orders utilizing established forms and procedures. Works with project managers to monitor ...read more
ContactDana ByrdPhone:(513) 632-7508