CINCINNATI - It was a Friday night and Mitch Lloyd was looking for a way to get around town.
Cabs just were not cutting it: “There was a lot of demand for rides and not a lot of supply.”
So, instead of picking up his smartphone to make yet another call, he tapped the Uber icon on his phone’s home screen and found a ride.
Some Cincinnati residents may have noticed advertisements for Lyft, a ridesharing company.
And, there's always Metro. The Cincinnati bus service is working to keep pace with changes in rider habits: younger people who want to get to and from downtown and Over-the-Rhine.
Become a WCPO Insider to learn more about why Uber sees Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky as a great market. And, learn more about the ridesharing movement. Plus, read why Metro believes there's room for many transportation options in the Tri-State.