Wear your comfortable shoes and hit the pavement to get an up-close view of the Cincinnati region. Whether you're traversing one of the four pedestrian-friendly bridges that span the Ohio River or you're exploring an unique urban neighborhood or lively entertainment district, it's easy to see why we were named the Best Walking City in Ohio and ranks 20th in the nation for walkability, according to Prevention magazine and the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Whether you're staying close to the riverfront — the heart of the region — or enjoying experiences throughout our vast regions, both Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have public transportation systems to suit your needs. · Read this article for tips on where to park to utilize the Cincinnati Bell Connector and/or the Southbank Shuttle when attending Reds and Bengals games or other riverfront activities.
Cincinnati Bell Connector
The Cincinnati Bell Connector is a modern streetcar system offering a unique way to see all of the happenings in downtown Cincinnati. The 3.6 mile loop stops at popular destinations located in the Banks, the Central Business District, and Over-the-Rhine and runs every 12-15 minutes. Tickets are $1 for 2 hours or $2 for an all day pass. Purchase via the Cincy EZ Ride app or from vending machines at all streetcar stations. Free with Metro day pass or transfer.
Hop aboard the Southbank Shuttle for easy access between Cincinnati and the riverfront cities of Covington and Newport in Northern Kentucky. The shuttle costs just $1 per ride, runs every 15 minutes, and makes stops near many popular attractions in Downtown and along the riverfront.
With a centrally located Downtown hub, Metro is a great option for exploring the Uptown, North, East and West parts of the region.
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky offers routes throughout the southern part of the region which includes the communities throughout Northern Kentucky.
Whether you're arriving or departing from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) the airporter is the fastest, easiest and least expensive way (just $2) to get between downtown Cincinnati, Covington and CVG.
Bicycles & Scooters
Biking and scooter riding in the Cincinnati region is safe and easy. There are countless bike racks throughout the region and some streets have designated bike lanes. For a more leisurely ride, pedal along the Ohio River Trail for beautiful views of the river and Northern Kentucky or click here to learn about some popular biking areas.
A fun, easy, and healthy way to discover the region! 50 easily accessible locations throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky make exploring on two wheels simple, inexpensive and enjoyable. Need a route suggestion? Go for a spin on one of these fun routes.
Blue Ash Bike Share
Explore the northern suburb with Zagster, the neighborhood's bike sharing program.
An electric, dockless scooter from company, Bird Rides. Just use your smartphone to locate a scooter, scan the barcode to unlock the scooter, pay with your credit card and scan your driver’s license and begin your riding excursion around the city!
A dockless electric scooter sharing system to make your way around the Cincinnati region. Use your smartphone to locate a scooter, pay $1 to begin, and roll away on your scooter adventure!
App-based Car Service