Public input is an important part of the BRT Study process. Feedback received during the study will be used to help make decisions about where to launch BRT and what amenities to offer.
The project team would like to know your thoughts and ideas about which corridors best serve your needs and the city’s needs, as well as the features you’d like to see and more.
Information about current and upcoming public input opportunities are posted below. Be sure to check back often as new opportunities will be posted as they are scheduled.
MORE INPUT OPPORTUNITIES
Below are more upcoming events at which we will be sharing information about the Bus Rapid Transit Study. These are public opportunities - all are welcome to attend!
April 4, 2023
Township Administration Building
8540 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
April 18, 2023
Community Council Meeting
7:30 - 8:30 pm
Kennedy Heights Presbyterian
6312 Kennedy Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45213
More input opportunities are being planned!
Dates and times will be posted as soon as they are confirmed. In the meantime, to share your thoughts and ideas by contacting us.
Would you like a discussion with your group?
If you would like project team representatives to come and discuss the Bus Rapid Transit Study with your group, contact us with your request.
VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING
We had great discussions with those who participated in our Virtual Public Meetings on Oct. 18, 2022. Click on the video if you'd like to see the presentation and listen in on the discussion. And remember, it's not too late to Contact Us with your questions or comments.
VIRTUAL STATION DESIGN WORKSHOP
Between February 20, 2023 and March 20, 2023, we hosted a Virtual Station Design Workshop to complement a series of in-person workshops held in February. The workshops were focused on the proposed station locations - where they will be located and what they will look like - and possible community enhancement and development/redevelopment opportunities in the surrounding areas. Content shared in the virtual workshop was the same as that shared at the in-person meetings. Although the virtual workshop is now closed to comments, you are still able to visit the workshop site and review the information shared as well as feedback received.