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david8/31/2011 12:11 PMdavid - 8/31/2011 12:118/31/2011 12:11
We're trying to find information on the roadwork on Rt. 87 in Geauga Co.,  including alternative routes, but it is a nightmare to find it.  Is there any consumer friendly place to find the information?   Thanks.  
Jimjpintchu@hotmail.com9/16/2011 8:14 PMJim - 9/16/2011 20:149/16/2011 20:14
I would like to see that more new local and express routes should be set up around the Cincinnati area for Metro along with regional systems like CTC, BCRTA, MTS, WCTS and well as regional express bus routes, too.
David F. Ellis3113 Werk Road #2Cincinnati,OH45211davidellis@cinci.rr.com51366153699/20/2011 3:19 PMDavid F. Ellis - 9/20/2011 15:199/20/2011 15:19
Federal and state funds have been critical as we strive towards improved coordination of mass transportation in Southeast Ohio.  With a poverty rate of 20% in Athens County, this transportation is often the only means for citizens to access vital health services.
Chris KniselyCity Council, City of Athens8 E. Washington St.AthensOhio45701cknisely@ci.athens.oh.us740-592-33429/21/2011 10:56 AMChris Knisely - 9/21/2011 10:569/21/2011 10:56
The public transport in Cincinnati is less than ideal. I am legally blind and rely on the metro to get to my job. The routes are seldom frequent enough and I often am forced to wait an hour after work to catch the next bus.
Now we can speak about the metro drivers, who, even when informed of my disability are very often rude when I ask questions about the route numbers because I am unable to read the signs. They also have the bad habit of stopping on the middle of the route even when running late, to stop and pick up their lunch from mcdonalds making all the riders late so they can get their junk food, cigarettes etc.
Brandon ArmstrongThe Jewish hospital, kenwoodCincinnatiOhio45212Brandonjpj@gmail.com9/26/2011 2:17 PMBrandon Armstrong - 9/26/2011 14:179/26/2011 14:17
While there are many improvements I'd like to make to Cincinnati's public transportation system, there are some things I feel the system does well. One of these things are the express routes that run from an outlying community directly into downtown with maybe one or two stops along the way. Most of these routes stop right around 6 p.m., making it harder for folks who work later than that to get home. Therefore this service only serves the 9-5ers. I propose that we expand these routes to stop running at 8 pm instead. We could lessen on the frequency of routes (perhaps a 6:30, 7 and 8 pm bus). This would allow folks who work late to stay later and also encourage more after-work activity downtown. Commuters would be more inclined to stick around for dinner and happy hour. This would help downtown business like folks in our city want.
Nina Bosken8407 Brownsboro 349-40439/29/2011 8:46 AMNina Bosken - 9/29/2011 8:469/29/2011 8:46