Now that the streetcar is up and running, a fresh look at the city's urban core traffic signals is needed now more than ever, leaders say.
A car tried to beat the streetcar Wednesday afternoon and lost.
It might seem counterintuitive, but the more people ride the streetcar, the more it's going to cost to run.
Can't we just be happy the streetcar is running?
In less than a month, Cincinnati Bell Connector officials say ridership has well exceeded expectations. Now, riders are saying two or three…
Ticket machine woes and increasing weekend service are the top questions surrounding Cincinnati's streetcar as it nears a month of service.
There will be more cars and they will run later Thursday night.
More than 18,000 people rode the streetcar last weekend, blowing the transit authority's fixed estimate out of the water.
The Cincinnati streetcar began carting people around the city on Sept. 9. It's a huge change for our city, and Dave Schmidt decided to…
Now that the Cincinnati Bell Connector is officially up and running, is it on track for future expansion?
Downtown and Over-the-Rhine business owners are excited about the streetcar opening -- but they want more.
A $3.4 million sponsorship deal has rebranded the streetcars as the Cincinnati Bell Connector for the next decade, but the city won't be…