The Cincinnati Bell Connector is a modern streetcar system that links The Banks, Central Business District and Over-the-Rhine. It is now in service! The Connector route is 3.6 miles long. It travels on a loop from Second Street (at The Banks on the riverfront) to Henry Street (just north of Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine) and has 18 stops.
Popular destinations between these points include:
- Government Square
- Fountain Square
- Contemporary Arts Center
- Public Library
- Aronoff Center
- JACK Casino
- 12th and Vine in Over-the-Rhine
- School for the Creative and Performing Arts
- Music Hall
- Washington Park
- Findlay Market
- The Banks
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Looking for real-time information to help you determine when the next streetcar is arriving? From your desktop, use Metro's Bus Tracker which also includes data about the streetcar. Or from your phone, use the Transit App. Click here for links to both.
Be Streetcar Safe!
The Cincinnati Bell Connector shares city streets with all kinds of other vehicles and activities -- including cars and buses, bicycles and pedestrians, even construction crews working in the right-of-way. Whether you're riding a bike near the Connector or working near the overhead wires, visit this link for tips on how you can Be Streetcar Safe.
Driving and Parking Along the Streetcar Route
The Cincinnati Bell Connector is now in service. There are new pavement markings along the route to help motorists know how to drive and park near it. Click here for details
Click here to learn more about the Cincinnati Bell Connector.