Even if you don’t ride the Cincinnati Streetcar on a regular basis, you will still benefit by saving money on parking when going down to a big game or the fireworks. Another way the Streetcar will help occasional riders is by getting you places when you don’t have access to a car.
One of the biggest hassles of getting your car repaired (aside from the cost) is getting to and from the repair shop. A lot of times, the car can make it there, but it will take hours to fix it. During that time you can either wait in the waiting room reading a six month old People Magazine or drop the car off and do something else.
With over half of the jobs in the entire city in Downtown and Uptown, a worker could drop their car off and take the streetcar to their office.
If you don’t work along the line, you could take the streetcar up to the Zoo, downtown to the Riverfront or Findlay Market, or instead of waiting in a car repair shop, go to one of the many museums along the line. The map below shows the Google results for automobile repair along the line. There are several mechanics to choose from.
Unfortunately technical difficulties prevented the route from being shown as well as the results. The route runs from the Zoo in Avondale to the Riverfront.