Starting Tuesday, Cincinnati City Council members will get monthly updates on the progress of the streetcar construction.
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CINCINNATI -- Starting Tuesday, Cincinnati City Council members will get monthly updates on the progress of the streetcar construction.
It's been just over a year since construction on the streetcar line started in Over-the-Rhine and downtown Cincinnati.
The old streetcar committee is now part of a broader transportation committee and that means streetcar progress will be part of monthly meetings held at City Hall.
Council members will be given construction updates and details on where the city stands on the budget for the plan.
That meeting will start at 1 p.m. at City Hall.
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