More – That’s what Cincinnati can be with the Streetcar

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This message is a guest post from the City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati is changing for the better. We’ve made important decisions to improve our city for decades to come. From the Banks to Washington Park, Bond Hill to Price Hill, we’re creating more livable places to attract a vital mix of enthusiastic people who will enrich our city.

Now imagine even more. More people, more services, more jobs, more safety and more money. That’s where the Cincinnati Streetcar comes in.

Watch and share this video about how the Streetcar will help to repopulate the city, creating new jobs and new tax revenues to support public services for all of Cincinnati. The Streetcar will give Cincinnati a competitive advantage unique in the Midwest.

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3 thoughts on “More – That’s what Cincinnati can be with the Streetcar

    Summer said:
    November 8, 2011 at 9:40 pm

    Did it pass or not? Not seeing any info on the results for this amendment

    BAno said:
    December 15, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    Why no love for Portland? You mention streetcar also-rans like Seattle, Tucson and Charlotte but not Portland. This despite having all your video and imagery of streetcars taken from the Portland Streetcar.
    I’m a big supporter of Cincinnati’s efforts, but show some respect!

      CincyStreetcar responded:
      January 11, 2012 at 10:52 am

      BAno, thanks for your comment. Portland does indeed have a great Streetcar system, and the video mentions $1 billion of economic development along its line at the 3:15 mark. We want Cincinnati’s Streetcar to be as successful as Portland’s Streetcar. (This comment is from the City of Cincinnati.)

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