Around 200 streetcar supporters, including Cincinnati Mayor Mallory and several City Council members, showed up to Rhinegeist to socialize and learn more about the current status of the project.
One thing that Mayor Mallory discussed was the maintenance operation facility, which will be built just around the corner from Rhinegeist at Henry Street and Race Street. He revealed that work would soon begin on the facility and informed us all that it will be called the Center of Advanced Streetcar Technology, or COAST for short. 🙂
Have a great weekend!
This entry was posted in Connect, Project Update, Revitalize and tagged Chris Seelbach, cincinnatians for progress, COAST, Laure Quinlivan, Mark Mallory, Over-the-Rhine, phase one, rhinegeist, Roxanne Qualls, streetcar social, Wendell Young.